Migraine And Menopause: Things You Need to Know



4. Stay stress-free

Beat your anxiety and stress by creating a mentally healthy lifestyle. Find moments of rest and relaxation during the day. Try meditation techniques or download an app for reminders on taking breaks. Regularly treat yourself to a massage or another stress-reduction activity that you enjoy.


5. Take magnesium and riboflavin supplements

It’s essential that you eat more leafy greens, such as kale and spinach, which are rich in magnesium. You should also try to incorporate riboflavin-rich foods like salmon, mushroom, spinach, and almonds. Both of these compounds, magnesium and riboflavin, are known to help reduce migraines and are available in supplement form.


6. Sign up for yoga classes

Yoga, it’s great for low-impact aerobic exercise that also uses a mind-body approach. It’s known to help you stay relaxed, while stretching and strengthening key muscle groups. Sign up for a yoga or Tai Chi class to get your body moving in a healthy way.


7. Contact a chiropractic clinic

Chiropractic care may also be a good idea. A chiropractor can help analyze your triggers and look for physical adjustments to reduce symptoms. In addition, a chiropractor can put together a customized plan specific to your situation to help you fight your menopause migraines from all angles.

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Migraine And Menopause Things You Need to Know


Dr. Anthony Odney is a graduate of Southern California University of Health Science where he earned his doctorate of chiropractic. In addition, he has a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and kinesiology. Originally from Norway, Dr. Odney became a chiropractor because of his belief that the human body is a marvelous machine that can be “fixed” by chiropractic care. At Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab, he continues to use a scientific-based chiropractic approach to help patients resolve their medical conditions.