Thanksgiving officially kicks off the holiday season and for most of us, that means living and laughing with loved ones. But, let’s get real, the holidays can also mean increased stress levels. For millions of migraine sufferers (myself included), that increased stress along with changes in routine and eating habits, can mean more migraines.
If you suffer from migraines, you are not alone! The maker of non-prescription, homeopathic Ausanil® Nasal Spray for rapid relief of severe headaches and migraines understand that the holidays are just around the corner, and are ready to help those who suffer from migraines get through them pain-free.
Looking for things to be thankful for this year? It’s hard to imagine enjoying all that comes along with the holiday season while battling a painful migraine. The unbearable pain, that often disrupts everyday life simply leaves no room for it.
That’s why I’m thankful for Rapid Migraine Relief. Without migraine pain, I can enjoy all that the holidays have to bring.
Even though I know that Ausanil has my back against the worst migraines, the best thing to do is to try to avoid them all together. Part of doing that is to mange the triggers. It’s easy to forget during the busy holiday season.
Three things to avoid to help manage migraines:
1. Caffeinated beverages. Research shows that an excessive amounts (more than 2 cups a day) of caffeinated beverages such as tea, coffee, or cola can be a major migraine trigger.
2. Chewing gum. A nice stick of gum can be a refreshing way to cleanse your palette, but can it also be a minty fresh ticket to a painful migraine headache? Research shows this may just be the case.
3. Stress. The most common migraine trigger is stress. Migraine sufferers are thought to be highly responsive emotionally. Anxiety, worry, shock, and sadness can all release certain brain chemicals that lead to a migraine headache.
“If sufferers don’t work to better manage their migraines during the holidays by keeping a regular routine, getting enough sleep, watching what they eat, and staying prepared with their medication(s), it’s possible they’ll miss out on memorable moments with their loved ones during the most joy-filled times of the year.” – ausanil.com
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“This holiday season, I am thankful for rapid migraine relief because I can enjoy taking my kids to see Santa”.
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This post is sponsored by the maker of Ausanil® severe headache and migraine nasal spray. I have been compensated for my participation. All opinions are still honest and my own.