1. Do Not Skip Meals
Food is really important for energy. Work out when is the best time to eat your breakfast and lunch. Often, it’s not what you eat but when you eat. Stick to these times even if you’re in a rush or don’t really feel hungry. If you’re with friends, don’t let it make you feel different. Stick to your routine and don’t be embarrassed by it.
You might find that you get a migraine after you suddenly run about a lot. If you exercise regularly, though, your body will get used to it and you are less likely to get a migraine.
Being at school can cause stress, which is a common trigger. Many young students will have headaches during the school year, but don’t have them during holidays. If you’re feeling under pressure or feel stressed.
4. Make Sure You Have Enough To Drink
It can make a big difference. If you find drinking regularly helps, ask if you can drink water in class and explain why.