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Answer: Headache is one of the most common discomfort experienced during pregnancy. It may occur any time most commonly during first and third trimesters due to your body experiences a surge of hormones and increase in blood volume. Other causes of headaches during pregnancy are lack of sleep, stress, eye strain, depression, hunger, dehydration etc. Practice good posture Get plenty of rest and relaxation. Spend few minutes lying in a dark,quiet room. Put an ice pack or cold compress on the back of your neck for 20 minutes while you relax. Drink plenty of fluids Massaging your shoulders and neck is an effective way to relieve pain. If you having sinus headaches: Try steam inhalation to relieve congestion Apply hot and cold compresses alternatively 30 seconds of each for a total of 10 minutes, 4-5 times a day. You can also prevent headaches: 1.The low blood sugar that results from skipping meals can trigger a headache.so make sure that you eat on time. 2.Some foods including chocolate,cheese, ice cream, processed meats, french beans, urad dal and other gassy foods can trigger headaches.so avoid them. 3.In pregnancy if you are giving up coffee or tea or soda then go slow. Give up coffee or tea or soda day by decreasing the quantity. Exercise or some breathing exercises or taking prenatal yoga class or meditation or anything that will help you in relax will prevent stress from headache.
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Answer: Headache is one of the most common discomfort experienced during pregnancy. It may occur any time most commonly during first and third trimesters due to your body experiences a surge of hormones and increase in blood volume. Other causes of headaches during pregnancy are lack of sleep, stress, eye strain, depression, hunger, dehydration etc. Practice good posture Get plenty of rest and relaxation. Spend few minutes lying in a dark,quiet room. Put an ice pack or cold compress on the back of your neck for 20 minutes while you relax. Drink plenty of fluids Massaging your shoulders and neck is an effective way to relieve pain. If you having sinus headaches: Try steam inhalation to relieve congestion Apply hot and cold compresses alternatively 30 seconds of each for a total of 10 minutes, 4-5 times a day. You can also prevent headaches: 1.The low blood sugar that results from skipping meals can trigger a headache.so make sure that you eat on time. 2.Some foods including chocolate,cheese, ice cream, processed meats, french beans, urad dal and other gassy foods can trigger headaches.so avoid them. 3.In pregnancy if you are giving up coffee or tea or soda then go slow. Give up coffee or tea or soda day by decreasing the quantity. Exercise or some breathing exercises or taking prenatal yoga class or meditation or anything that will help you in relax will prevent stress from headache.
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Question: mujhe gale me aur chest me jalan feel hoti rehti hai kya kru
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