How Lack of Sleep Impacts Migraines

Alice ThorpeAlice Thorpe
May 4, 2017

Sleep has a big impact on migraines. For a lot of people, if they’re very tired or haven’t been sleeping well, it leaves them susceptible for a migraine.

Watch the video above to learn how lack of sleep impacts migraines, or read the written summary below.

Wake Up Slowly

If you’ve had a poor sleep, avoid checking your computer or phone right away. Give your brain a chance to get going without having to concentrate right away.


Don’t forget the importance of naps when you’re feeling tired and run down.

Work on Sleep Hygiene

Do what you need to do to get a better sleep at night. Go to bed earlier, avoid technology, and unwind!

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