Report Adjusting To High Altitude And Dry Climate in Dysautonomia Discussion Posted May 3, 2015 Hi everyone, thanks so much for the replies! We haven't made a decision yet about moving, but it is something we are still considering.Sarah, last year was a very tough year for me physically, but I have had some improvements in the past few months, and I am so grateful for that. My migraines have been lessening in the past two months. They do still flare up with too much activity, not enough sleep, or too much noise, but they aren't as bad as they were last year. I'm not sure why the migraine symptoms have improved (I'm doing the same treatments I was last year), but I'm glad they have!Katherine, thanks for the information. It is interesting that it takes so long to adjust to high altitude. I guess travel would always be hard since it would probably involve going to a lower elevation and then having to reacclimate to the higher elevation. But at least I know to be prepared for a difficult few days anythime I would return home to a high elevation.Bigskyfam, that is interesting that Montana is so much harder for you. I'm so sorry! Is it humid where you are? Does humidity make a difference for you?