Running, fast walking, swimming 2-3 times a week
With intense physical activity, the heart rate and blood flow increase.
Vessels dilate so blood can circulate normally. At the end of the workout, blood flow decreases, and the blood vessels shrink. In this way, both blood vessels and muscles are trained.
Keeping a headache diary
It is the first and most important step. You need to list each attack: when it happened, how long it lasted, and what could have caused it. It can help determine if there is definitely a correlation with the weather. It may not be the case at all.
Monitor weather changes and avoid provocateurs if possible. For example, stay home during very cold and windy times if you know it will not do any good.
Consume foods containing succinic acid - bananas, sauerkraut, grapes, apples, brussels sprouts (check for allergy tolerance), herbal tea with a sedative and tonic effect (chamomile, oregano, mint, St. John's star, etc.).
Eliminate fatty, spicy, and fried foods from your meals.
Rotate work and rest. Learn not to work too late, and not to open working chats, for example, after 8:00 pm. Do not work on weekends without an urgent need.
Choose a healthy lifestyle. It is not just about nutrition, but also about adequate sleep hours and stress control.
Taken together, all of this will help reduce the number of episodes and severity of headaches when the weather changes.