Rain on the brain
There has been a long held belief that weather changes can trigger problems for headache sufferers. This has been supported by a new study that looked at children and teenagers with either migraines or chronic tension-type headaches. The participants were given a hand held computer to record their headache symptoms in â€œreal timeâ€ over two weeks. They then compared the data with weather patterns using weather tracking software. On rainy days the children had a 59 per cent probability of reporting headache symptoms compared with only 21 per cent at rain-free times. Additionally, when humidity was higher than normal headache symptoms were at 58 per cent compared to 22 per cent when humidity was average. No real explanation for the link has yet been established so the search for relief continues. In the meantime a few choruses of â€œrain, rain, go awayâ€ may be the best we can do.Meanwhile if you visit Meijer Ad that contains mostly likewise discounts with Winn Dixie Ad you surely have a range like ALDI Ad.