SHARE

Majority of people wake up in the morning and find that they have headaches. When you are a culprit, you keep wondering what might be the problem? There are a number of factors that may contribute to endless issues with headache some of which include caffeine withdrawal, flu, stress or even dehydration.

There are a number of factors that may contribute to endless issues with headache some of which include caffeine withdrawal, flu, stress or even dehydration.

common cause of morning headaches

The first reason for consistent morning headaches when you wake up is coffee withdrawal symptoms. If you find out that your headache leaves you when you take coffee then that is coffee withdrawal symptoms.

Secondly, it can also be because you have flu. Constricted and congested sinuses could spur headache because your body is unable to take up sufficient quantities of oxygen and therefore by your brain demanding more oxygen this leads to headache. Unfortunately there really nothing one can do to stop flu apart from managing the symptoms using hot water, lemon and honey. If the symptoms persist it is advisable to seek medical attention.

Thirdly, the most common type of cause of persistent morning headache is stress. Stress can lead to insomnia or lack of sleep and this can contribute to certain changes in the body and one of them is headache. It is important to find out what is the cause of your stress and work a way of resolving the issue because if something causes you stress then it might be impossible to control bodily changes that occur in you

Thirdly, the most common type of cause of persistent morning headache is stress.

Another common cause of headache is dehydration. If you consistently wake up with headaches you might be drinking less water every day. To prevent such a cause, make sure you take plenty of water before you go to bed daily and this will keep headache at bay.

It is therefore very important that when you experience episodes of headache too much, try to identify the cause of headache and just avoid it or work a way to prevent it as discussed above. If its flu, manage the symptoms slowly and prevent it from worsening at an early stage.  If its coffee withdrawal, drink less and less each day for the amount that doesn’t cause you headache as you limit the amount of coffee you take. Do not just withdraw from coffee at once!

If its stress, identify the stress or work your way out of it. It might be psychological or physical just work on it holistically. If its water just drink enough water and see your life get back to normal.