The symptoms: General pains and aches experienced on any part ofthe head.
The cause: Ever been told you should have a glass of water at the first sign of a headache? Its true. Dehydration is one ofthe triggers for all kinds of headaches, says Edmunds, and its got to be water -other drinks won t do it for you.
Its especially important to rehydrate after a big night out, strenuous exercise, exposure to heat or a case of vomiting.
Soothe it: Make an effort to stay hydrated during the day by drinking plenty of water and eating a balanced diet – fruit and veggies can count towards your H2O intake, too. Its important for general health as well, whether you get headaches or not! says Edmunds.
For serious dehydration, an oral rehydration solution (think Hydralyte) can be an effective fix.
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