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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.

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