Do you get headaches frequently?
While there may be many reasons for this, and you should definitely speak to your doctor, there are some things you can do to reduce the risk.
Here are three tips to avoid headaches that you may have not given much thought to.
Are you dehydrated?
You probably don’t think so. After all, you’re functioning, right?
But the truth is that dehydration is “When you use or lose more fluid than you take in,” to quote the Mayo Clinic.
And often, many people aren’t taking in enough fluid to balance what they’re using or losing.
When this happens, you’re prone to getting a dehydration headache.
So make sure to get enough water every day.
Cellphones emit radio frequency (RF) energy, which may lead to headaches among other health conditions, according to study findings cited in the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) guidelines.
To keep people safer around cellphone usage and RF, the CDPH issued guidelines.
One simple guideline to implement is not sleeping with your cellphone next to you.
Can you start from tonight?
Are you a big coffee drinker?
Well all that caffeine may be getting to your head.
Caffeine is interesting, though. According to Mount Sinai, it can both help absorb headaches and bring them on. So you definitely may want to try cutting down of caffeine if you get frequent headaches and drink a lot of high-caffeinated beverages.
Headaches come for different reasons and perhaps yours are a combination. Why not try these three tips to avoid headaches: cutting down on caffeine, getting more water, and keeping your cellphone away from your bed and see how it goes?
Do you suffer from frequent headaches?
Which tips do you see yourself implementing?
Please share in the comments below.