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10 Ways to Halt the Onset of a Killer Migraine


According to the Mayo Clinic, almost 30 million Americans suffer from painful migraine headaches. Triggers differ for each and every individual. So while weather might affect you; strong smells or inadequate sleep might be the cause for others.

The good news is that you can often halt the onset of a severe migraine before it becomes too painful with these ten proactive measures…

1. Heed Weather Alerts

If you experience weather-associated migraines, you’ve been feeling tension lately due to the drop in barometric pressure, which is linked to increasing the fluid (and pressure) protecting and surrounding your brain inside of your skull.

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