Headaches … ugh

I don’t know if it’s the weather – the humidity, the heat, the thunderstorms that roll in and out … or if it’s just cyclical but dealing with headaches again. Those of you who know me for awhile know this is nothing new. I’m working through it but it’s a pain in the ya know. So bear with me. Winners for the big Bday Giveaway will be listed on SUNDAY along with the Friday winner.

ย Any questions for me? Today’s a non-subject day!migraine

30 thoughts on “Headaches … ugh”

  1. I know how you feel. It’s raining every day in Zagreb (Croatia), and when it’s not raining it’s high temperatures and high humidity. We’re all crazy! Right now it’s pouring rain and it looks like October, not July. I hate this weather and am living with constant headache for weeks now. The only thing that helps is warm milk with a little bit of honey. And sleep. Lots and lots of sleep. I’m kinda wishing for the snow and winter right now.

  2. I know you have prolly tried all the meds available… have you considered consulting an acupuncturist or a homeopathic Doctor? What about an herbal pharmacist?
    I have an AMAZING woman nearby; (206) 462-9554 – Cascadia Herb’n Tea – ask for Vicki. If you tell her what you are experiencing and what you have tried, as well as what has worked, not worked, kinda almost worked… just give her all the detes and she can help.

  3. Nope, no questions! Just a request for you to take it easy and try to alleviate that headache. Feel better!

  4. Sounds like what we’re dealing with here! The humidity and allergies are running rampant! Try Zyrtec or Allegra, if you haven’t already. And take a break from the a/c…that helps my 16 yr old ๐Ÿ™‚
    feel better!!

  5. Yes I understand. Changing hormones, changing weather, allergens, and sometimes they gang up on me for double the “fun”. Take care of yourself.

  6. Feel better. Lots of things can cause headaches – weather, allergies, hormones, STRESS, amongst others.
    Take care of yourself. Try to stay where it’s cooler if at all possible.

  7. I am right there with you today! Lying on the couch with hot tea, drugs and croissant, hoping it will go away soon! Good luck to you!

  8. I feel ya as I suffer from migraines and allergy/sinus issues. I hope your pain eases sooner rather than later.

  9. I know how those headaches go. I use to get them all the time, but then when I had my hysterectomy 16 yrs ago, I have only had maybe two or three over these many years.. I don’t know if it is related or just a fluke of nature. Hope you feel better soon.

  10. I suffered with migraines for many years. I started taking magnesium every day and it eased the headaches a lot. I take 250mg daily.

  11. :groan: I too suffer from chronic migraines, after years of nothing working, finally an MRI was done and it revealed that I needed Brain Surgery. Three surgeries later… I feel your pain

  12. Sorry for your pain. When I was a teenager, I used to get headaches a lot. They were so bad I couldn’t move my head because that made it worse. I’m mentioning this because I really can imagine your pain. Don’t have any suggestions because I think mine were tension headaches. Back then you didn’t run to the doctor for minor things like headaches (Ha) and my parents didn’t have a lot of money.

  13. Carly,
    I’m right there with you. The barometric pressure changes are a killer and since Seattle is having a rare heat wave (it’s NOT the humidity, it’s the HEAT!) and we don’t have any A/C… let’s just say that I’m living in the same place you are. I’d been told that my migraines would probably ‘disappear’ when I hit menopause but NO!!!, now I get migraines :groan: AND hot flashes :flamey: AND night sweats :bat: AND chronic irritability :argue2: ! Hang in there though, summer only lasts so long and then we get autumn storms ๐Ÿ˜€

  14. I know how it goes with headaches. I suffer from severe chronic migraines and am bad enough to be on disability because of them. You might want to keep a headache diary and write down what foods you ate in the hour prior to the headache, weather, what meds u take and how effective, etc. It may help you figure out your triggers.

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