My mother has been experiencing sinus headaches when the pressure and temperature drops where she lives. I know some of us get all kinds of aches, pains, and other slight discomfort when the cold rain comes and and the low front moves on in. Although there is some science as to why and how these little hurts get us, I don't know about their treatments, especially to Sinus headaches as my mother been having for a long time.
I asked this question before to some people at my gym and they say aspirin and some Vick's Vapor Rub does the trick. I had her try that and it doesn't seem to work for the headaches. She has seen a doctor a long time ago when this first started happening; her doctor said there is no real cure or treatment.. Just have to wait it out.
Does the cold weather get to anyone else like that or am I describing a medical anomaly?