‘The Butterfly Effect’ Explains Weather Triggering of Migraine

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Abstract

SYNOPSIS: For about 13% of patients with migraine, a change in weather may be a trigger for some headaches; however, there is no specific perturbation in meteorological measures that is likely to predict a headache.

SOURCE: Hoffmann J, et al. The influence of weather on migraine - are migraine attacks predictable? Ann Clin Transl Neurol 2015;2:22–28.

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