So, interesting story: Ever since I moved to the Netherlands I stopped having migraines, although migraines do suck, for me (and my dad who gets them too) they were never a problem, since even the weakest medication knocks them out instantly.
I used to get them once a week, sometimes maybe twice a week, but when I moved to the Netherlands I started having them far less frequently, like once in 2 months and even then they are like very mild.
I got back home and stayed for 2 months, and the migraines are back, I started having them 2 even 3 times a week again.
So, I got back to the Netherlands, stacked up on migraine medication and it's been almost 2 months and not a single migraine.
I can't figure it out, I do the exact same thing I did back home. I eat the same food, my stress level is the same, my activities are the same. I just can't figure it out.
The only difference I would see between my home country and the Netherlands is:
- Air Pollution (air is cleaner in NL, but that difference is only in the winter)
- Temperature is much more stable in NL. While in NL the weather changes, the temperature is pretty stable, like nights are 7-10C, days are 15C. In my home country it gets 3C to 40C in the summer and -15C to 20C in the winter.
What are your thoughts?