• Circaidian MIgraine is very real! - #migraine #daylightsavingstime #seasonalmigraine

    Why Daylight Savings Time is a Pain (…literally)

    While many people are excited about the Daylight Savings time change that brings longer days and warmer days, I am not among them. My Doctor from the Mayo Clinic says that my Hemiplegic Migraine react to circadian rhythms. Well, what is a circadian rhythm? The “body clock,” is a cycle that tells our bodies when to sleep, rise, eat—it regulates many physiological and neurological processes. So what does this mean for me? It means that one hour of sleep that everyone is loosing can send my “migraine brain” into a tailspin. It can mean an increase of number and/or increase of intensity. Sounds lovely, doesn’t it? This change in time does not just…