We’ve all blamed the weather for things like depression, migraines, and maybe even an achy joint or four. However, studies have drawn links between weather extremes and certain maladies.
Here are ten ways the weather affects general health and wellness…
Barometric pressure—or rather a spike in humidity or a sudden drop in temperature—has long caused finger pointing when it comes to causing migraines in long-time sufferers. However, of late barometric pressure has triggered migraines in individuals who don’t chronically suffer from them. This is why dry, warm air with little humidity and stable temperatures are the preferred local for migraine sufferers.