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Here are the top ten articles for the Headaches / Migraines Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Yoga in Bed - Book Review
Yoga is able to help reduce headaches and migraines. With Yoga in Bed, you learn techniques you can use even if you're not able to get up.
2. Menstrual migraines and hormones
Many women are acutely aware of the symptoms to expect prior to menstruating, but may not realize that their severe headaches are actually menstrual migraines.
3. Caffeine - Headache Trigger
Caffeine is found in so many different aspects of daily life. Coffee, tea, chocolate, soda, and other items contain caffeine. Caffeine can be a powerful headache trigger, and should be used with caution.
4. Aromatherapy for Headache Relief
The human body reacts powerfully to scents. By using techniques of aromatherapy, you can reduce the number of headaches you experience, and reduce the severity of ones that do occur.
5. Blood Sugar and Headaches
Blood sugar levels can be a major contributor to your headaches. If your body is not able to keep up with the amounts of sugar you are taking in, you may end up with a bad headache.
6. Smoking Triggers Headaches
Smoking may be affecting more than just your lungs. While second-hand smoke is a common culprit for headache or migraine triggers, if you’re a smoker, you could be causing headaches for not only those around you, but also contributing to your own headaches.
7. Yoga Poses for Headache Relief
Yoga brings many benefits to the human body. One is that it can help reduce the frequency of headaches and minimize their effect when they do happen. Here's how!
8. Yoga to Stop Migraines
If you get migraine headaches, here are yoga ideas to help you reduce their frequency and to bring their intensity under control.
9. What Are Ocular Migraines?
Ocular migraines may be an irritating precursor to a headache or something more serious, depending on your symptoms.
10. Attitude and headaches
Your attitude toward things can affect more than your mood. It can increase your occurance of headaches.
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