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Jan    1,367

I've read posts on here in the past( can't find them now) relating to Barometer head and just wanted to ask a few questions. . . . My head has felt fuzzy and heavy today. I felt really really tired early afternoon so I had a sleep for an hour on the sofa, I Never sleep in the day.It was sunny and warm here this morning, it's cloudy now and I think we're due thunderstorms around 5pm.could my heavy head be related to the weather?  If so, how does my head know that we're due a storm? I know that you can't give any medical advice, I just wanted to hear of other people's experiences/ feelings

 

Thank you for reading

Jan xx

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Skippy    6,847

Hey Sis

There are a few on here that suffer from this, me included.  The fluid surrounding the brain is to blame I believe.  It "senses" the build up of pressure (almost like being on a plane or diving into a deep pool) and then makes you feel like you're walking around in fog and can give headaches too.  

 

When its overcast and we're due some rain my head bangs like a set of drums - its a nightmare.  It's overcast here now and I can feel the beginnings of a headache starting - luckily we had rain a few minutes ago and this releases the pressure a bit for me - not sure why, maybe cos it "clears the air".

 

 

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Jan    1,367

Hi Sis,

That is a great explanation thank you, You've just made it make sense for  me ?We didn't get the predicted storm, just lots of rain, my head feels better now?Thank you again.

Jan xx

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Chelle C    1,999

Hi Jan,

We had a lovely day today until about 3.30pm, when it gets really cloudy I always feel really tired, it feels like my head is in a vice, 

We had a huge thunderstorm and heavy rain and once it was over my head eased up.

 

I think Sami's description was perfect.

 

Love 

Michelle xx 

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Lyn    202

Hi all. I get this too. Tight feeling round my head & my neck really aches? We had a huge storm here last night & I felt much better this morning. It's back tonight but not as bad, maybe more storms to come. It's so hard to explain, but good to know it isn't just me! Nite nite zzzzzz

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jess    7,478

Everytime weather changes I get dizzy headaches pressure and nauseous even 15yrs later xxx 

 

You get used to it xxx

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CaseyR    138

I'll be 5 years along in November. I have noticed the weather no longer gives me much problem. Occasionly I know without needing to check the forecast that a storm is brewing. But doesn't affect me nearly as much. I had a nasah with no shunt. 

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Jan    1,367

Many thanks for all your replies, As Lyn wrote its good to know it's not just me.

Perhaps we haven't realised our new vocation?

"And here is today's weather forecast, brought to you by BTG !!!!!"

Jan xx

 

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Winb143    5,459

Jan,

 

Weird isn't it  how we know !!!

 

I used to feel very heavy headed  in early days but like everything we get used to living with it, she says hearing thunder in background arghhh xx

 

Be well and thanks for the forecast  ha  xx

 

Love

 

Win xxxx

 

 

 

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Louise    1,283

Just found this post but wanted to add Oh :roll: me too..  I don't so much get a headache its more a vice being squeezed humid and thunderstorms aargh!!! 

 

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