Change Today, No Headache Tomorrow

Tired of the headaches, the migraines, the unwanted pain? If so, it’s time for a change! Headaches are the most common health problems worldwide. Not all headaches can be cured, however they can be avoided.

  ” I usually get a headache at least once a week due to stress and anxiety,” Senior Kirandeep Kaur stated.


    There are several triggers that cause headaches but they can be controlled. Create a list of do’s and dont’s. The following would be apart of routines which you should not do; Common triggers include stress, exposure to lights that are too bright, exposure to sounds that are too loud, dehydration, not eating frequently, and straining your eyes.

    In order to prevent a headache you should keep a list of things in mind. First of all, keep yourself hydrated. Headaches can be a sign of dehydration. By drinking a water bottle you can stop the headache in it’s tracks. Cherries reduce headache pain tremendously because it contains a powerful antioxidant compound. One of the main factors of headaches is stress. When stress builds up it causes your head to pound.

      Yoga is beneficial factor,which relieves stress. A daily routine of yoga improves circulation and relaxation. In addition, getting fresh air is vital to our health. Refreshing air can relieve the pain. It’s also necessary to maintain a good posture and avoid eye-strain by limiting to be on the computer. Lastly, get an appropriate amount of sleep each day. If it’s needed take naps after school to catch up sleep.

 Kirandeep Kaur said  “It’s necessary to get 8 hours of sleep, drink plenty of water, and avoid procrastinating to reduce headaches.”

        It’s better to prevent a headache rather than struggling to find a cure for it. Change your habits today to stop a headache in the future.