Did you ever hear this growing up? Don't slouch. Get your elbows off the table. It might have sounded like nagging, but it was really loving postural reminders. If only we'd listened! Learn why you should care about your posture (especially if you get migraines) and how to improve it with yoga right at home.
Inhale, exhale. Simple and powerful. Breath is an amazing tool to use for self-awareness and self-regulation. It's ability to tap into our nervous system and help decrease stress, release tension, and be present makes it perfect for managing headaches.
Tension headaches stemming from tight muscles in the neck and shoulders can really ruin your day. In this post, I share 3 easy yoga poses that can help stretch and strengthen your muscles for better posture and less headache pain...with consistent practice, of course.
One way to manage your headache pain, especially for people with migraines, is to get on a consistent sleep schedule. Sleep plays an important role in the body from plasticity in the brain to immunity. Tiffany Lord, Yoga for Headaches guru, shares yoga tips to create a bedtime routine for a consistent sleep schedule and less headache pain.