Summer Heat Can Lead to Migraines (Video) – KYMA

Read article - Stewart Tepper, professor of neurology, is featured in a segment about how the summer is an even more difficult time of year for those who suffer from frequent migraines. "While the underlying causes of migraine are not yet known, they are believed to be related to a combination of genetic and environmental factors," says Tepper. "There are a variety of symptoms–typically including unilateral pulsating headaches, nausea, and sensitivity to light and sound. Some people may experience only a few migraine days per month, while others may be affected by many more migraine days."