Headache how to prevent!!!
If you have stress headaches, I would encourage the use of foods and herbs that are rich in
calcium, magnesium, and B vitamins. Good foods for these nutrients include raspberry leaf,
nettle, whole grains, and a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, especially the deep-green
Migraines are different from regular headaches in that they are often long-lasting, very intense,and one-sided. They can be associated with menses. Nausea and vomiting may also occur.
The pain from a migraine can be throbbing or constant. Migraines sometimes run in families, so if one of your parents gets them, you may, too.
Food allergies or specific foods such as processed meats, red wine, chocolate, and some
cheeses are common triggers for migraines. Try to identify which foods might be triggers for
The most important step in prevention is to give these headaches some deep thought. What are the underlying imbalances, such as hormonal issues, that may need to be addressed?