Tips for Avoiding Summer Migraines and Headaches

Teri Robert @trobert Health Guide
  • Technically, it's not quite summer. Uh huh, right. Try telling that to the warm weather Migraines and headaches you're getting.


    The Memorial Day holiday seems to be the unofficial opening of summer, so it's time to take a look at what we can do to avoid as many summer Migraines and headaches as possible.


    My first tip is...


    Don't let yourself get dehydrated, even a little...

    This is important all year, but especially in the summer. You may hear or see news reports warning about dehydration and heat stroke. Heed them. Dehydration is a major headache and Migraine trigger for many people. WHAT you drink can make a difference, too. Large quantities of soda or regular iced tea, although summer favorites, have a great deal of caffeine. Lemonade is super unless citrus is a Migraine trigger for your or your stomach is sensitive to all the acid. Water is always a good choice!

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Published On: May 23, 2009