Once we had a teacher who closed school at 11:30 AM every day. Her problem is simple; she develops headaches in the afternoon, which are so severe that she has to go home and sleep.
This condition happens a lot to most women, especially those older than 35 years. These women may be fine in the morning but may need somewhere to sleep in the afternoon due to severe headaches.
Most headaches that occur in the afternoon are caused by a condition called migraine, which is a recurrent, throbbing, very painful headache, often affecting one side of the head. In the
case of a migraine, having a regular sleep schedule, avoiding excessive work and exercise, and avoiding foods that trigger it are some of the best ways of treating it. Vasoconstrictors, such as ergotamine and isometheptene, work to relieve an attack by narrowing swollen blood vessels.
Pain relievers, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), are known to help a lot and reduce the intensity of the symptoms.
However, some reoccurring headaches come because of morning habits formed. Stopping these habits will ensure that you do not experience these headaches again. Some of them are listed below.
Not visiting the washroom
To prevent severe headaches in the afternoon, visit the bathroom every morning before you leave the house. This is so important. Not emptying your bowels remains one of the major causes of headaches in the afternoon.
Not consuming water
Drinking water on an empty stomach every morning relieves constipation, flushes the body of all toxins, and prevents headaches in the afternoon. Drinking water on an empty stomach every morning relieves constipation, flushes the body of all toxins, and prevents headaches in the afternoon. Try it and see if it works.
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