How seasonal changes could be causing your headaches

[WCCO-TV News, October 04, 2021] If you’re feeling foggier than usual, you’re not alone — and the weather could be to blame.

Despite summer-like temperatures, doctors say there are changes you can’t see that impact how you feel.

The shift in weather has triggered headache and migraine attacks. It’s a common problem according to Dr. Ronald Tarrel, a neurologist at Abbott Northwestern Hospital and Noran Neurological Clinic.

“Seasonal changes or sudden changes in the temperature of your outside environment, they all can cause changes in our nervous system and it’s the part of our nervous system called the autonomic nervous system,” Tarrel said.

Posted on October 05, 2021 in NeurologyNeuroscience

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