How often are problems like pressure in ears, head, face, etc (i.e. migraine, uncommon ear pressure) related to barometric, pressure changes and/or perhaps other alterations in the earth such as the earth's environment, earth's magnetic field, quake activity etc as opposed to physicians' misdiagnosis (lack of knowledge) of the causes mentioned? How would I know if this happened to me? And how would one counter balance the onset of pain if the nature of one's bodily functions are triggered by earth's physiological changes?
Head pressure can be caused my many different things. I suppose the doctors best method is to start with the most logical and simple conclusion, and attempt to treat it. If that doesnt work, then move to the next possibility, etc....
Have you ever had migraine head pain?
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Yes, I have had what seems to be migraines all of my life, as far back as I can remember. The pain migrates. The left side of my head and left ear seem to be most affected. The muscles that cover my skull feel tight/tense all of the time.
I would not know what it's like to live without the pain in my neck, head, base of skull, etc.