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Saturday Syndrome And How To Manage It




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Weekends are supposedly made for fun. For most people, this is the time to take a break from an exhausting week and recharge. But how can you enjoy weekend fun if you get a massive migraine attack every time Saturday comes?
Saturday Syndrome 
Saturday Syndrome, also known as the weekend migraine, is one of the most common headache patterns. It naturally occurs every weekend, wiping out any chance of having fun at all, even if the only thing you planned to do is to get a complete rest.
There are several potential triggers to getting Saturday Syndrome. According to experts, the causes include sleep inconsistency, caffeine, stress fluctuation, irregular food intake, dehydration, sun glare, and exercise. Getting rid of the potential triggers is, of course, the way to avoid getting Saturday Syndrome.  As it is with any condition, prevention is better than cure.
Stay ahead pain-free and enjoy your weekends
There are many ways to manage migraine symptoms effectively. According to an expert chiropractor in Fareham, alternative therapy involves spinal manipulations to reduce the severity and frequency of attacks. It can also help lessen the need for medication. On top of your chiropractic appointments, you can switch to certain practices to help control Saturday Syndrome and keep it from invading your weekends. Try the following tips:
  • Maintain a regular sleep schedule. Migraine loves consistency. A change in your sleep schedule could easily trigger an attack. So it is wise to sleep and wake up on weekends at the same time you would from Monday to Friday.
  • Don’t change your caffeine consumption. Being consistent applies to your caffeine intake, too. Your body needs about the same amount of caffeine you drink during the week. Any change could cause a trigger.
  • Keep your stress level steady. Stress is a known trigger for migraines. What you probably don’t know is that the release from stress can also cause significant headaches. If you have been badly beaten the entire week, and you are all set to thoroughly chill starting Friday night, you are potentially pulling the trigger. However, this does not mean that if your stress levels are up to the ceiling the entire workweek, you should keep it that way. The better recourse is to learn to manage your stress and adopt effective stress-relieving strategies into your daily grind. That way, you can avoid having peaks one moment and valleys another time.
  • Eat regular meals. Skipping meals is another trigger for migraines.
  • Drink lots and lots of water. Hydration is an essential key for battling a migraine and winning over it.
  • Wear sunglasses when you go out. Being exposed to the sun’s glare is a common cause of migraines. When you go out, make sure that you have sufficient eye protection.
  • Exercise. Migraine usually occurs when you work too hard and then ease up completely or vice versa. To keep this from happening, always mind your pace. Start slowly, ease your way into an exercise routine, and keep it. Do only as much as your body can take, and always, always start with a warm-up.
Don’t let migraines steal your weekends. Be more careful of your routines, so you don't pull the triggers.




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