Thank you CM
Here are few things that can help:
- Follow a regular sleeping pattern, same hours of sleeping and waking up.
- Avoid fluctuations in caffein intake, if you like to drink a cup every morning, keep it this way, don't change your coffee intake every few days.
- Avoid over the counter pain medications (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), it may help migraine in the short-term (relieve for hours) but on the long run will cause medication-over use headache.
- Some patients develop migraine to certain triggers, if you have a trigger try to avoid it. Examples are: artificial sweeteners, smoked foods, MSG salt, aged cheese....
- Regular exercise helps migraine
Exercise a minimum of 30 minutes at least five days a week. This is extremely important to do at least five days a week. Magnesium, riboflavin and butterbur may help if taken daily.
Sleep at least six hours a day. Go to bed at the same time without distractions such as a TV.
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