Say Goodbye to Headaches: 5 Surprising Triggers and Simple Solutions to Ease the Pain

4. Autumn Anxiety

5 Things That Might Be Triggering Your Headaches, and How to Prevent or Ease the Pain

Autumn anxiety is a type of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) that happens when the seasons change. It’s not unusual for people to feel more anxious in the fall. This could be because we get less sunlight, we worry about goals we didn’t reach, the start of a new school year, and many other things. Anxiety can also change how you feel and how you feel about things. It can also make you have headaches more often.

Ways to avoid or alleviate pain:

Getting more sun will help your body make vitamin D and hormones like melatonin and serotonin, which are crucial for stabilizing your mood. Your anxiety symptoms may also improve if you exercise, try new things, and change your routine. Also, eating lots of vitamin D and tryptophan-rich foods can be very helpful.