The Sun and How it Effects Your Migraines
Migraines main triggers can be caused by the
weather conditions and may vary from day to
day and from person to person. Some triggers
from the weather are often caused by rapid changes
in temperatures which result in a number of
physiological changes in the body.
These rapid changes in the temperature can
cause your blood ph to shift which can cause
improper balance in your bodys chemical
balance which can trigger a migraine to attack.
Also a change in barometric pressure can result
in a migraine but is less likely to happen over
Solar radiation and decreasing sunshine can
be ones trigger to set off a migraine attack.
In some cases falling pressure, rising humidity,
high wind, and fluctuation in temperature were
all found to be triggers in migraines. The sun
is made up of three types of UV rays that include
UVA, UVB, and UVC rays each type but of light
some more than others but in all can be a major
trigger to ones that suffer from sensitivity
to light that causes his or her migraines.
Not only do the bright rays trigger migraines
but excess exposure to the sun can cause fatigue
which is also a factor in some peoples
triggers. Trying to avoid ones triggers are
a big part of trying to prevent migraine attacks
from occurring. The sun and its rays make up
a big part of ones days it is often hard to
avoid it. Although there are some ways to help
avoid the unavoidable and one way is to sleep
during the day and get a night job, this helps
with avoiding most of the days light, which
this will be a big help to those that after
a long day in the sun come home with migraines.
The other helpful way to avoid the unavoidable
is to spend so money and get yourself a good
pair of protective sunglasses. Protective sunglasses
not only help prevent your trigger from triggering
a migraine to occur, but is good for the health
of your eyes. The sun is one of the most powerful
triggers and if this is one of yours try to
prevent your migraines with protective eyewear.