Rapid Communication - Journal of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation Research (2022) Volume 7, Issue 5
The climatic changes which causes the seviour headache and affects the nerves.
People with migraine frequently mention certain environmental factors as the cause of their
headaches, including changes in air pressure, bright sunlight, flashing lights, air quality, and
smells. Workplace and indoor environmental factors may also contribute to migraine symptoms.
Effective migraine treatment plans place a strong emphasis on being aware of and avoiding
triggers as part of the therapeutic plan. Removing correctable environmental triggers may
increase employee attendance and productivity among migraine sufferers because migraine has
a significant economic impact. However, there aren't many controlled research that support the
idea that migraine and headaches are influenced by the environment. Author(s): Neil Raskin