How Migraine Headaches Have Changed in My Life

By Rafael Mendoza
Updated 2024-03-24 13:50:49 | Published 2022-12-28 08:33:03
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Through life with inconsistent bedtimes. Lack of sleep is a big trigger for my migraines, so I try my best to establish a regular sleep routine now.

Jessica's Life with Migraine

Ignoring stress. Ah, stress. The silent killer, they say. I used to think I was invincible to stress. I could handle anything that was thrown my way. But migraines have a funny way of reminding you that you're not as tough as you think. I've learned that I need to actively manage my stress levels if I want to avoid those debilitating headaches. Whether it's through meditation, exercise, or simply taking a break, I've come to realize the importance of prioritizing my mental well-being.

Pushing through the pain. I've always prided myself on my ability to persevere. No matter what obstacles or challenges come my way, I push through them. But migraines have taught me that sometimes it's okay to take a step back and rest. Pushing through the pain often leads to longer recovery times and more intense headaches. It's important to listen to my body and give myself the time and space I need to heal.

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Overcommitting. I used to say yes to everything. I was constantly taking on new projects and responsibilities, thinking I could handle it all. But migraines have a way of forcing me to prioritize and say no. I've learned that it's okay to set boundaries and only take on what I know I can handle. Overcommitting only leads to stress and increased risk of triggering a migraine.

Neglecting self-care. Self-care was never a priority for me. I saw it as a luxury, not a necessity. But migraines have shown me just how important it is to take care of myself. From staying hydrated to practicing relaxation techniques, self-care plays a crucial role in managing my migraines. It's not selfish to prioritize my own well-being, it's necessary.

In conclusion, migraines have taught me valuable lessons about pragmatism, self-care, and prioritization. While I may have my limitations and things I can't do, I've learned to embrace what I can do and focus on taking care of myself. Migraines may have canceled or changed certain aspects of my life, but they've also taught me the importance of listening to my body and prioritizing my well-being.

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