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Can stress cause migraines?
April 10, 2018
Hello again,

Can stress cause migraines?

April 2018 – Issue 92

Stress can definitely trigger a migraine headache. And it can trigger a tension type headache.

Studies are showing that everyday stressors like: sitting in front of your computer all day without moving, juggling roles at home and at work, moving to a new house, changing jobs, missing meals, financial pressures, having a baby, getting married… all can cause headaches.

I am careful choosing the words cause and trigger.

The cause of a migraine is from a biological chain of events that are triggered off by a stimulus (internal or external). Like hormones, injury, fever, illness, perfume, smoke, etc.

So you asked me last month "Can stress cause migraines?"

Here's the link to my full answer… with some tips to manage it.

These are always reliable things to reduce stress:

• Exercise

• Get enough sleep (8 hours each night)

• Eat healthy foods

• Learn how to relax for your body

I hope you enjoy this post, here's the link...

How To Prevent Migraines By Managing Stress

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P.S. If you want to learn some techniques to help reduce stress, here is a link to my eBook: Migraine Management: How to Reduce Anxiety, Manage Pain and Prevent Attacks

P.S.S. You can get a lot of free information in my Migraine Pain Management Course as module one is free. You can learn about the basics and how to get your best chance at aborting your next attack. What are you waiting for? It's FREE!

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