Post by on Friday, December 10, 2021
A migraine headache is usually an intense, throbbing pain on one, or sometimes, both sides of the head. About three out of four people who have migraines are women.
Many women with migraine tend to have attacks triggered lack of or too much sleep, skipped meals, bright lights, loud noises, or strong odors, hormone changes during the menstrual cycle, stress and anxiety, or relaxation after stress, weather changes etc.
Migraine has no cure. But your migraines can be managed with your doctor's help. Doctors treat this with either by treating the acute attacks and by long term preventive therapy using medications.
1. Practicing lifestyle changes which include avoiding or limiting triggers.
2. Get up and go to bed same time every day.
3. Eating healthy foods and not skipping meals.
4. Engaging in regular physical activity, limit caffeine intake and learning ways to reduce and cope with stress are much helpful.