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7 Simple Lifestyle Tips For Quick And Long-Lasting Migraine Relief

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Migraine is not just a headache. It is actually a very complex condition with a wide variety of debilitating symptoms characterized by a painful headache. As distressing as a migraine affliction may seem, there are simple, but effective ways, you can manage and control migraine attacks, as well as ease the symptoms. Here are 7 simple tips to help you manage your migraine.

1. Stick To A Schedule

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Whatever your daily lifestyle activities may be, try and stick to a regular schedule. This should include going to bed and getting up and the same times each day, eating your meals as close to the usual times as possible, and some regular exercising daily.

2. Keep Track Of What Triggers Set You Off

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Often it might be certain kind of foods, such as dark chocolate, red wine or cheese etc.

3. Analyse Your Recorded Data

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Analyse the triggers you have captured for a couple of months to really get to the bottom of the triggers.

4. Consider A Supplement

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Studies have indicated that magnesium, vitamin B2, and CoQ10, are supplements which have calming effects.

5. Try And Cut Down On Very Vigorous Exercise

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Research has shown that the pain sometimes gets worse with exercise which is too exerting. Try Yoga, an activity which induces calm, relieves stress and eases aches and pains. Gentle aerobic exercises also help to relieve stiffness in the neck and shoulders.

6. Follow A Healthy Diet

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Opt for magnesium rich-foods such as green veggies, tomatoes, nuts, beans, peas and whole grains. A lack of magnesium can lead to a reduced blood flow to the brain, which is linked to migraine attacks. Omega 3 foods, like tuna, mackerel and sardines, also have some excellent calming effects, and are excellent for heart health.

7. Keep An Eye On Your Blood Sugar Levels

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A drop in blood sugar levels is a common migraine trigger, as it leads to more than usual glucose being released into the blood-stream, which may cause blood pressure to rise.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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