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32 Everyday Habits That Will Reduce Your Risk of Headaches—Guaranteed

Reader's Digest Logo By Denise Mann, MS of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 32: It's summer, so of course you're staying on top of your fluids. If not, here are some <a href='http://www.rd.com/health/wellness/stay-hydrated/1'>clever ways to stay hydrated</a>. And remember: Dehydration is a universal headache trigger, says Noah Rosen, MD, director of <a href='https://www.northwell.edu/find-care/find-a-doctor/neurology/dr-noah-l-rosen-md-11317544'>Northwell Health's Headache Center</a> in Great Neck, NY. Unfortunately by the time you realize you are thirsty, it's too late.'A good rule in hand is to drink half your body weight in ounces of fluid daily; for example, a 120-pound person should drink 60 ounces of water,' he says.

Drink up

Headaches can really throw a wrench in the best-laid plans, but these expert-approved tips can help drastically reduce your risk of experiencing one ... ever.

It's summer, so of course you're staying on top of your fluids. If not, here are some clever ways to stay hydrated. And remember: Dehydration is a universal headache trigger, says Noah Rosen, MD, director of Northwell Health's Headache Center in Great Neck, NY. Unfortunately by the time you realize you are thirsty, it's too late.'A good rule in hand is to drink half your body weight in ounces of fluid daily; for example, a 120-pound person should drink 60 ounces of water,' he says.
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