The weather and the environment around you often determines how frequently you get migraine. Extreme weather conditions can trigger a migraine attack. “People are more prone to migraines in summer,” says Dr Puneet Agarwal. However, in monsoon, the sudden change in temperature along with humidity is also a trigger. Sitting in the AC all day and then suddenly going outside can also lead to migraine. “For some people, the smell of a strong perfume can also cause migraine,” says Dr Sharma. While for some, flickering lights or lights which are too bright, like the sunlight, can be a trigger.
Avoid direct exposure to sunlight.