While not officially diagnosed, I’m fairly convinced I am susceptible to the occasional migraine (if not a migraine, a wretched nausea-inducing, head-throbbing diabolical headache) brought about through extreme weather changes.
As an early-warning device I subscribed to MediClim, a web site that alerts possible health compromises driven by the weather. Not surprising I just received one today, given the rain warning under which Toronto labours (and it is indeed raining relentlessly):
Your migraine is more likely to be aggravated in the next 24 hours. Please follow your doctor’s advice as closely as possible.
Ok, noted. The email also offered a link to weather alerts for the past 30 days for my area. Curious, I bit. Here’s where I landed:
So I need to sign in to access what I’m looking for.
Do you see a sign-in button? A sign-in link?
Nope, neither do I.
The sign-up link is easy to find. But why not the sign-in for existing subscribers?
Eventually I realized that “MyMediclim” on the top was where I was to sign in.
Obvious? Maybe to others, but not to me.
Why make me work so hard when it could be so easy?