National Headache Awareness Week
There are all kinds of headaches.
Some are sharp and painful.
Others are a long, slow ache from somewhere deep inside.
Chronic headache sufferers know that headaches can interfere with work, social activities and even completing the simplest task such as getting dressed.
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What can you do:
- Learn what triggers your headaches – conflict, noise, food, wine, odours.
- Keep a headache journal to give you some clues as to the triggers
- Let go of anger and lower your stress
- Get plenty of sleep
- Eat a balanced diet
- Get outside
- Learn relaxation techniques such as pressure point, deep breathing, visualization and muscle relaxation
- Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about your headaches
Beverly’s Hot Tip For Building Resiliency and Celebrating National Headache Awareness Week:
Deep breathing is one of the easiest and effective relaxation techniques available to reduce headaches. Learn how to utilize this skill to reduce your headaches and improve your life.
If you have some strategies to share – comment on this posting!