The winter season is known as a time for comfort, warmth and for good food. Despite the fact, that it carries with it freezing cold temperatures and for many unfortunate individuals a dreaded headache.
Headaches in winter can be triggered by a number of things – such as the changes in temperature and weather, creating a change in barometric pressure. A headache can also persist after having a cold, which is more common in winter.
According to Dr Elliot Shevel the Medical Director at The Headache Clinic, if you are prone to getting headaches in winter, try the following methods to reduce your risk:
Get sufficient vitamin D