Many people find themselves troubled with headache during seasonal changes. People who don’t suffer from severe conditions of migraines such as headaches everyday, chronich headahces or cluster headaches can get headaches during special seasons. The reason could be that during for example summer there is a lot of pollution going on and people who have allergies can develop migraines if the allergy is overwhelming. During summer there is also a change in weather and many headaches is caused by changes in weather conditions such as humidity and heat. By keeping a diary for your headaches you have a better perspective to find out what might be triggering your headaches. Some allergy headaches can also be sinus headaches since clogging of nasal cavities often have to do with some sort of allergy.
Most people who have migraines during the day will not treat them. Since it is just a part of the allergy, but the might take medication for their allergy and get rid of the headache that way. People who get headaches from weather changes will find it a little bit harder to treat, but common painkillers for headaches will probably help. Other symptoms which you can get from weather changes except headaches is feeling tired, allthough you still get enough sleep. If you feel that you have tried all methods but nothing help, try to do a sleep examination and find out what might be causing this condition, it might be sleep apnea.
Other reasons why you might get a headache during summer seasons is the increase in light exposure, just try to imagine the difference in light during the arctic summer season compared during the polar night season. It is a BIG difference. So it is very common to have migraines during the day in the summer compared to other seasons.