What do stress, weird weather patterns and changes in your sleep schedule have in common? They can all cause migraines. Anyone who’s had a migraine knows they can seriously kick you to the curb for a few days. Obviously, one of the major triggers of migraines is stress and days immediately following high-pressure situations are often when most migraines occur. This is known as the “letdown headache,” and is often seen in students who have just finished finals or accountants who work around-the-clock leading up to Tax Day. But experts say stress isn’t the only trigger. The others may surprise you – read more here.