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PostSubject: Get your local Aches & Pains forecast USA    Mon Apr 02, 2012 10:10 pm

Barometric Headache Help

Barometric headaches are a real pain when the weather is bad and the atmospheric pressure drops. You will have probably noticed them more since you were diagnosed. There are quite a few people without IIH who have them, but we seem to feel them more because we have IH.

There are several things you can do like buy a digital barometer and log when you experience this kind of headache what the atmospheric pressure is, so that you are aware when it is at that reading or near to it, you are probably going to experience a headache. This means you will be able to prepare for that first nag of pain, take your pain relief and get on top of it before it hits you hard.

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Approaching areas of low pressure or strong frontal systems, both leading to stormy weather, are normally associated with above normal levels of aches and pains. More specifically, in these cases, one usually is experiencing relatively significant falls in barometric pressure, relatively significant increases in relative humidity, forecast probability of precipitation on the order of 40-60% (or higher), and wind speeds generally above 15 mph. www.weather.com

The Weather Channel has a very good Aches and Pains forecaster where you type in your zip code or area, and it will provide you with information on the weather and atmospheric pressure that you need. To use them go to: Aches & Pains Maps
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