Don't let a headache keep you from enjoying your life.

Don’t let that pesky headache hold you back

While the phrase "I have a headache" has long been seen as a way to avoid sexual intimacy, the truth is that when your head is pounding, that new bottle of water based lubricant is probably the last thing on your mind. However, there are plenty of neat tricks to help you beat back this frustrating occurrence and keep it from interfering in your after-dark activities.

If you're reluctant to barrage yourself with painkillers to address the slightest twinge, Women's Health recently supplied a list of all-natural headache relief tips that may be just the ticket. One major contributor to that persistent throbbing could be the fact that you're constantly looking at a computer or smartphone screen. With that in mind, you can potentially limit the frequency of your headaches by consciously making an effort to spend less time glued to your phone or laptop. 

"A recent study found that people hold their mobiles way too close to their faces when texting or surfing online, which can strain the eyes. That, in turn, may lead to a headache," the source states.

In general, giving yourself a bit of break throughout your regular routine can also help counter stress-related tension that can seem like it's boring a hole through your skull. If you're battling this issue, make sure to factor in a bit of quiet time in a secluded space to recollect your thoughts and just free yourself from the pressures of work and home life.

Finally, make sure you are giving your body the nourishment it needs. Staying hydrated, for one thing, can help reduce the strain you feel on a daily basis.

By following these guidelines, you may be able to free yourself from the burden of constant headaches and the inevitable exhaustion they bring. So stop suffering in silence and take action to help yourself feel better!

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