Sleeping late, being hungry, crying causing headaches?

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    if i sleep late 2-3 days, hungry for 5-6 hours or weep for some time it cause me headache on any point. Vimmi.

     

    Full Answer:

    Dear Vimmi;

     

    Various sleep issues can trigger Migraines and headaches...

    • too much sleep,
    • too little sleep,
    • an irregular sleep schedule,
    • disrupted sleep, or
    • poor quality sleep.

    For more information on this see Migraines, Headaches, and Sleep.

     

    Missing meals and irregular meal times, as well as crying, can also be Migraine triggers.

     

    Nobody can diagnose via the Internet and tell you if these issues are triggering Migraines, or if something else is going on. You need to see your doctor about these headaches.

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    Good luck,
    John Claude Krusz and Teri Robert

     

     

     

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    Last updated February 17, 2014.

Published On: February 17, 2014