Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Headache when changing weather

Probably every adult at least once in his life felt the headache that is the change of weather. There it is a change in the weather to clear cloudy (and vice versa), and atmospheric pressure caused by irregular (and racing with these recently become sharper).

However, despite the fact that meteodependent people are more and more, scientists are not yet fully studied the process of headaches at change of weather. Medical research in this area showed that the change in atmospheric pressure affects the change in the level of oxygen in the body and head blood vessels begin to narrow or expand to compensate for these changes. And meteodependent people at greater risk to experience headache when the atmospheric pressure is increasing and smaller increases when the air temperature.

And now let's see what we can do for that would, if not prevent headaches when the weather changes, then at least reduce the risk of its occurrence. Here are a few solutions to this problem:

1. Keep track of weather changes and their response to them.

If you think that the headache too often worried about you because of changes in the weather, try to see to it that the conditions under which it occurs. Watch the weather forecast. Keep a journal. There are even special Electronic Barometer with warnings about the risk of migraine. But it's best to use our unique service "Headache by changes in the weather on the map of Russia"

2. Take anti-inflammatory or pain medications.

Very good aid in such a nature headaches preparations based on ibuprofen and acetylsalicylic acid.

3. Try an ionizer or humidifier.

Try using a humidifier or ionizer. It is proved that a clean and lightly moist air into the room (especially in the bedroom) has beneficial effects on brain activity and decrease fatigue. Get plenty of rest.

4. Learn more about headaches and their occurrence.

Be interested in any information on this subject. Learn more about what happens headache, its symptoms, how it occurs and what is treated