When Headaches and migraines pop up,
put them in their place by using

these 7 tips

Take note of your triggers. Keep track of what is going on before a headache or migraine comes on. When you recognize triggers or patterns, you can work to avoid them. Our Headache Tracker can help. Download it now
No smoking! Did you know that smoking or using nicotine contributes to headaches and migraines by constricting blood vessels in the head?
Get moving. Exercise helps you feel good, improve blood flow, and relieves stress. Try going for a short walk today
Find your zen. It’s no secret that stress causes headaches and migraines. Yoga, meditation, and talking with someone are ways to keep your stress levels down and migraines at bay. P.S.: Getting a good night’s sleep helps, too
Work out the kinks. Neck and shoulder tension can cause migraines, and sitting at a desk all day can cause that exact tension. Talk to your doctor about stretches and massage therapy to alleviate tension
Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. Remember, dehydration is a key factor for migraines—so don’t forget to stay hydrated!
Rely on routine. Whether it’s your sleep schedule, taking daily meds/vitamins, or exercising, keeping a set routine can help keep your headaches and migraines in check
BOTOX® prevents on average 8 to 9 headache days and migraine/probable migraine days a month (vs 6 to 7 for placebo).


Remember, you’re not alone fighting Chronic Migraine. Here are some additional sources of support and information.
BOTOX® for Chronic Migraine Facebook Get information about headaches and migraines
Coalition For Headache And Migraine Patients Support for people living with headaches and migraines
Migraine Research Foundation Get migraine research and facts
American Migraine Foundation News and information for people living with migraine and Chronic Migraine An online community for people living with migraine