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101 Everyday Power Tips For Preventing (And Treating) Headaches
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101 Power Tips on Preventing and Treating Headaches
The good thing about a migraine is that it is
transient, that is the pain will go away after sometime.
This usually happens after the person gets a few hours of
sound sleep. But the worst thing about migraines is that
they recur. But migraines too can be prevented to a very
large extent as the tips below explain.
There are two main types of migraine, the classic
migraine and the common migraine. Both the classic and
the common kind can occur as often as several times a
week or as rarely as once every few years.
Both types can occur at any time. But for some
people at least, it is possible to predict the occurrence of
the migraine. For example there is a greater tendency for
a migraine near the days of menstruation or every
Saturday morning after a stressful week of work.
Although many sufferers have a family history of
migraine, the exact hereditary nature of this condition is
not known. People who get migraines are thought to have
an inherited abnormality in the regulation of blood
vessels. The following factors often act as triggers that
set of the migraine.
Stress is one of the major factors that can
contribute to the onset of a migraine. Now it may not be
possible for you to get away from the cause of stress,
particularly if it is something connected with your job.
Anger can trigger of a migraine as well. It would be
good for short tempered people to learn ways of
controlling their anger. The best method is of course the
one to ten method. The next time you get angry count to
© 2004 George Pluss – All Rights Reserved