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One of the most overlooked causes of migraines is dehydration. When the body doesn’t have enough water, it can increase blood pressure, which is felt particularly severely in the cerebral blood vessels where migraines occur. It is important to have enough water for every single bodily function, but if you are feeling a migraine coming on, start drinking water immediately. You can often reduce the severity of the migraine with water, while also replacing any fluids that were lost as a result of vomiting, which often accompanies migraines.

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