Humidifier for Migraines — My Health Matters Today

How To Use a Humidifier For Migraines Headaches and Dry Skin Humidifier for Migraines Every Winter its the very same thing. As quickly as the heater starts running your sinuses and eyes start to get dry, you get up with a dry throat and a headache and your skin get dry.===>https://amzn.to/2TktM3a This is due to…

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This is for a friend and any others who suffer Migraines. I suffer Migraines, but they are now in ocular migraines without pain.

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6 Responses to Humidifier for Migraines — My Health Matters Today

  1. Luanne says:

    When I moved to Arizona my “complicated migraines” got worse. Nobody could tell me why, but I’ve figured out that it is the dryness. You’re the first person who has said anything similar that I’ve heard.

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    • ICT Graver says:

      In my case, it wasn’t migraines, but sinus infections. I was born and raised in a very humid area. When I moved to Kansas, the infections went away. They didn’t start again the two times I moved back home later for prolonged stays.

      When my migraines switched to ocular, they were no longer painful, just irritating. I didn’t know they were ocular migraines until I asked my optometrist about a new visual issue. I hadn’t told him about my migraines as they weren’t usually eye related. After describing the eye problems, he asked me if I suffered migraines.

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      • Luanne says:

        I had chronic sinus infections, then the problem became migraines and then those morphed into complicated migraines which are similar to ocular. And when I am going to get one my sinuses suddenly feel as though they have dried up (rather extremely). I always think there is a connection.

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      • ICT Graver says:

        I hadn’t thought of the connection, but I spent 10th or 11th Grade through several years after graduating with bad sinus infections. It changed when I moved from a very humid climate of south Mississippi to the dry climate of northwest Kansas. The infections stopped and shortly after, the migraines started. The good news was both times I moved back home for several years, the sinus infections didn’t restart.

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