Morning headaches
Hi, I have been getting morning headache ( mostly on any one side of the head ). What I have observed especially when I eat heavy dinner and sleep ( gap of 2 hours before sleep) maybe because of that . Or maybe sometimes I clench my teeth while I am sleeping too. I am also confused if this is due to deficiency of iron ( since I have dark circles under my eyes). I don't sleep peacefully and wake up middle of the sleep ( mostly between 2 to 4 ). Then take around an hour or 2 to go to sleep. This routine disrupts my entire day and sometimes I have to call sick and I hate these headaches. ( I do suffer from migraine for various reasons for around 15 years, have done my brain scan _ everything was normal). To carry my normal life I sometimes consume 4 to 5 painkillers which does not affect me anymore I think. Extreme headaches leads to vomiting and nausea. I even started home remedies such as hot water lemon juice in water. Thinking I have acidity issue as well. Please help.
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Hello,, it seems that you are under stress!!!!.. Is it due to work? Or studies? Or due to family?. What ever it may be stress can induce sleep problems, dark circles, migraine headaches. You need to find the cause for your stress and you need to solve them. Along with it practice this. Take a walk in Park in the morning and after dinner which is calm and filled with free air. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables, avoid coffee, tea or other caffeine containing products and other junk foods 20min of exercise in the evening will make to have good quality sleep and join some yoga class, stretching help you to relax body, and 10 min of meditation morning and evening will bring down stress, avoid watching TV for long time.
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