Health and Disease, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Sidestep this Surprising Migraine Trigger



If you are bothered by one of more head pounding migraines per month, your sleep

habits could be to blame.  This said by the Missouri State University pain researchers.

In their study they found that an erratic sleep schedule – be it too little sleep, or too

much sleep –  triggers pain in the nerve that runs from the brain stem to the face and plays a major part in migraines.  The easy fix:  Aim for seven to eight hours of sleep per night.

Please share with family and friends.  If you have any concerns or questions please call.

Health and Wellness Associates

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