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You know that drinking water does wonders for your health, but did you know that it can help you break the cycle of rebound headaches? Millions of people take pain medication without realizing that it could be making their headaches worse. If you're one of them, drinking more water is part of the solution.

Taking over-the-counter or prescription headache drugs too frequently may provide relief in the short term, but it can also cause withdrawal symptoms that trigger more severe headaches. To fix the problem, you usually need to restrict whatever medication you've been using, avoid caffeine, and drink more water. While you'll probably be uncomfortable for a few days to a few weeks depending on the kind of drugs you have been taking, you're going to be better off in the long run. Talk with your doctor about what’s right for your condition, and any medical support you might need.

Then, you can reduce your risk of future rebound headaches by taking medication only as directed, and staying hydrated.

In fact, drinking water can help with all kinds of dehydration headaches. Got migraines? A recent study found that patients suffering from migraines tend to be more sensitive to dehydration, but study participants who drank four additional cups of water per day, on top of their regular intake, experienced a significant reduction in pain. Even if you rarely experience headaches, your brain tissue needs adequate water to keep it from shrinking and pulling away from the skull, which triggers pain.

Care for your headache symptoms and yourself with the best tasting, cleanest water you can get. Contact Pure1 today to find out more.

Posted by Mark Sutera