quicktips_titleMediMigraine is a safeall-naturalproven effective way to treat and prevent migraines. But your patients may not realize that there are also a variety of lifestyle factors that can contribute to their migraine attacks.

Here's a quick overview of tips that you can share with them:

Eating regularly
Emphasize the importance of maintaining a balanced diet, and eating at regular times. If your patient confides that they are always on the go, suggest they pack healthy snacks and drink plenty of water throughout the day.

Easing stress
Stress management can go a long way towards keeping migraines at bay. Discuss the benefits of regular exercise and massage as well as finding things that relax them -- like going for a walk, meditating or even taking warm baths.

Sleeping well
Inform patients of the importance of going to bed and waking up at the same time every day, as well as getting the right amount of sleep for them. (Most people need 7-8 hours a night).

Avoiding triggers
Many people know what their migraine triggers are, but others need help figuring them out. Suggest some common ones to them, as well as look at what other medications they're taking to see if that could be the cause.