Dr. Nancy Waltman of the University of Nebraska Medical Center stated, “We have found that a lot of women remain silent and don’t get treated for their migraines. The best treatment is a combination of dietary changes, adjustments in sleep and exercise, avoiding triggers, and preventative medications.”
Over 50% of women with chronic migraines deal with their migraines by isolating themselves, consistently using over-the-counter medications and waiting sometimes for days for their migraines to finally go away.
In a small open label study (there was no control group taking a placebo medication to compare results with), women who followed the suggestions below reduced the frequency of their migraines by 76%.
1- Identified and avoided their triggers
2- Managed their stress more efficiently
3- Avoided alcohol and caffeine
4- Exercised moderately and regularly
5- Took preventive medications
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Curt Hendrix B.S. M.S. C.C.N. C.N.S