This bomb cyclone has not only made it dangerous to go anywhere, it has triggered lots of migraines. Dr. Peter McAllister of New England Institue for Neurology & Headache says you can blame it on the low barometric pressure. He says this bomb cyclone has caused the biggest dip in barometric pressure since Super Storm Sandy. For relief, he says hydrate and reach for pain reliever. That may mean over-the-counter non-steroidal products like Aleve, Tylenol, Advil, etc. Or, that may mean the medication prescribed by your doctor.

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Emmy-winning reporter Gillian Neff has been covering health topics for 16 years. She is currently a freelance reporter and anchor at News 12 Connecticut and also pursues her passion for medical news through Gillian Neff Health Reports’ blogs and videos.

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