Migraines and earthquakes - hey midwesterners been miserable lately?

HeelerLady at 17h01
Migraines and earthquakes - hey midwesterners been miserable lately?

Does anyone know if there is a connection between M and earthquakes? I know I've been absolutely miserable the last few days (I know there is medication issues but it's not all of it) and can't find a reason for it. Normally fronts do it, but I'm wondering if those of us sensitive to weather changes would also sense an earthquake? I understand weather more than earthquakes but it seems to be the only other noteworthy event as [......]
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