Researchers studied over 7000 people who were diagnosed with a headache in an ER over seven years.
Scientists then looked at temperature levels, barometric pressure, humidity and other air pollutants right before the hospital visit took place.
They discovered that the risk for a headache went up by seven-point-five-percent for every degree Celsius increase in temperature.
It’s been widely speculated that air temperature and pressure were possible triggers for headaches.
For more on the study, check out the March tenth issue of the American Academy of Neurology.
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