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Prevent Migraines

Maintain regular sleep patterns
Lack of sleep is a huge trigger for migraines. If you want to prevent migraines, work really hard to go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day. It is also helpful to avoid napping and oversleeping. If you have consistent trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, seek medical attention to figure out the cause.

Don’t skip meals
By skipping meals, your blood sugar can drop significantly and lead to headaches, nausea or vomiting. Eat healthy, nutritious foods an avoid getting too hungry or too full.

Exercise regularly
If you are physically active for at least 30 minutes on most days of the week, your migraines may occur less frequently and severely. Something as easy as taking a daily walk can help.

Avoid stress
As stated above, stress is a major culprit for migraines. If you have a busy life, it is probably difficult to completely avoid stress. If your job is too stressful and you feel this may be the reason for your headaches, you may want to consider looking for another job to prevent migraines. Avoid situations that you know bring on a great deal of stress, and figure out ways to calm yourself down and refocus. Get some tips on ways to reduce stress quickly.

Limit or restrict smoking and drinking alcohol
Sure it might feel good at the time, but if smoking, drinking or the lack of good sleep these activities might cause brings on a migraine for you, it is best to completely avoid them.