June is designated as Migraine Awareness Month by the National Headache Foundation (NHF). Approximately 28 million Americans suffer from migraines or other severe headaches. At Reed Migraine Centers, we recognize many migraine sufferers are able to find relief before they need to consider The Reed Procedure ®. Below is some information about how to recognize your migraine triggers and use that information to prevent migraines.

Track Your Triggers

Migraine Awareness Month

One of the first tricks to identifying and preventing migraines is to recognize triggers that consistently bring on a migraine. Triggers differ from person to person but common ones include weather, alcohol, menstruation, strong scents, lights, and loud noises.

If you are a migraine sufferer, try keeping track of your personal triggers to unveil lifestyle changes that can begin preventing migraine pain. Keeping track of your migraines has never been easier. Although pen and paper are always an option, Reed Migraines Centers recommends using an app to track migraine pain, triggers, and symptoms. Behavioral adaptations, such as changes to your diet or medication regiment, increasing exercise, or beginning a variety of relaxation techniques, are easy ways to begin controlling your migraine pain.

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June is Migraine Awareness Month - Track your Triggers


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