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Headache Triggers And How To Avoid Them

Author : Phil Tucker

Have you ever found yourself on the go, working through a busy day, challenged and engaged, feeling great and on top until from nowhere a headache leaps out and ambushes you for no reason? All of a sudden your energy is gone, you feel low, grouchy, out of sorts and in pain, squinting as you make for the medicine cabinet and confused about what happened when everything was going so well. In today's article we are going to examine three surprising headache triggers and show you how you can best avoid them so as to not be surprised and thrown off track. Follow our advice and see if this doesn't help you avoid headaches from now on!

The first surprising trigger can come from too little sleep. If you are busy, on the go, taking care of children or simply an insomniac you might find yourself with punishing headaches in the early afternoon as your body struggles to stay alert and active without enough rest. A recent study found that people who had too little sleep, say around six hours, were much more prone to getting headaches than those who managed to acquire at least seven or eight. If you're running dry and getting pain behind your eyes, you may simply need to rest in order to cure yourself.

Another source of headaches can come from the things you are putting in your mouth. While everybody is aware of the headache inducing properties of too much beer and wine, most are unaware that consuming MSG, chocolate, aged cheese, sauerkraut, pepperoni, ham and salami can really knock you off your stride as well. If you tend to get headaches in the early afternoon right after a meal, than take a moment to see what you are eating. Too much chocolate? Too much rich and salty food? Nutrition can often be the culprit when it comes to surprising sources of headaches, and can easily be managed to avoid them in the future.

Finally, the most insidious source of headaches can come in the form of stress. Whether this is caused by your job, your family situation, your financial situation or anything else, stress can light up a headache like nothing else as you begin to worry, become frustrated and upset. If this is the case then you need to begin actively courting relaxation as you seek to ease the pain by actively managing the stress in your life.

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