KNOW WHAT CAUSES IT
While no one knows exactly what causes migraines, there are certain things that can trigger them. Headache and migraine triggers are different for everyone, and they can change over time. The good news? Knowing your triggers can help reduce the likelihood of headache days.
COMMON MIGRAINE TRIGGERS
Missed meals, caffeine withdrawal, and alcohol consumption are all known to be migraine triggers.
Weather—changes in humidity, temperature, and air pressure—is one of the most common migraine triggers, and
one of the hardest
MIGRAINES CAN BE GENETIC.
Studies suggest that half the risk for migraine comes from our genes. If a parent has migraine, their children are more likely to suffer from migraines.