I hate it when my face feels like it's pressed behind glass. The pressure that makes my head feel like it's in a vice. That's what the quick weather changes do to me. Especially when a cold front blows through.
Changes in weather are definitely a migraine trigger for me and others. It's the most devastating trigger that I have, because you can't change the weather and no matter where you go, they've got some.
If only, we could live under a bubble! Since we can't control the weather, maybe we can control the "atmosphere". Here are a few things that I do, when the pressure is too much;
- Find a nice dark and quiet place to lay down.
- Use ice-packs on the base of my neck, to relieve neck and shoulder strain.
- Meditate to relax as much as possible.
- Grasp those moments of bubble time. Hold onto the little time that you have, without the pain.