Make time to rest, and try to stay relaxed. At work, find somewhere to put your feet up and relax during your lunch break. Once you’re home, try to cut down on chores. Relaxation techniques such as yoga ormeditation may also help.Try to have a regular sleep pattern. Getting too little sleep, or even half an hour more sleep than usual, can trigger migraines or headaches. If you’re suffering from insomnia, try a natural remedy.If your headaches are related to muscle tension or posture, you could see a physiotherapist. A physiotherapist can massage and move parts of your body to relieve pressure, and show you exercises to do at home.Eat little and often to keep low blood sugar levels up, and don’t skip meals.Exercise regularly, but don’t push yourself. Keeping fitmay reduce how often and how severely you have headaches. Exercise helps to balance your blood sugar levels and improves your breathing. It also triggers your body to release feel-good chemicals, called endorphins.Try acupuncture. It's a treatment that's considered safe and may help your headaches.