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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. 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.
2. 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.
3. Rebound Headaches
Rebound headaches are a frequently misunderstood type of headache. While the pain from a rebound headache is undeniably quite real, the cause of the headache is somewhat surprising.
4. 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.
5. Migraines and Gluten Intolerance
Some migraine sufferers need only avoid a few food triggers to help their migraines. For those sensitive to gluten, however, a gluten-free diet may be the way to go.
6. EFT for Headache Relief
What is the Emotional Freedom Technique and how can it help with headache and migraine pain relief?
7. Headache and Migraine Medication Types
Depending on what causes your headaches and migraines, your doctor will have different suggestions about how to manage that pain. Preventative medications may work well for you, or perhaps an effective pain reliever is all you need for occasional migraines.
8. What are Nocturnal Migraines?
Jolted from sleep most cruelly; what makes nocturnal migraines tick?
9. 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.
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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