NEW YORK, Dec. 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The public can now prepare to combat the holiday headaches with Dr. Mauskop's Migralex™. This new brand of headache relief medicine, introduced by Dr. Alexander Mauskop, a world-renowned neurologist, headache expert, and founder of the New York Headache Center, not only contains a proven, highly effective pain reliever but also corrects a mineral deficiency responsible for headaches.
"You can't imagine how happy people are to finally achieve relief. I'm thrilled that Dr. Mauskop's Migralex™ is going to bring pain-free holidays to a wider group," says Dr. Mauskop. "This is just the right product to have on hand for the holidays."
According to Dr. Mauskop, the 'holiday headache' is a very real occurrence -- not just a saying.
"There are all those presents to buy, budgets are tight, house guests upset routines, expected and unexpected that come to visit. Changes in regular sleep/wake cycle, as well as eating and drinking too much can also trigger headaches," says Dr. Mauskop.
Tips for coping with holiday stress headaches:
The best way to cope with holiday headaches is trying to prevent them. Of course with all the delicious temptations and holiday parties that may be easier said than done. But a good first step is recognizing what triggers headaches and trying to minimize or avoid that situation.
- Maintain normal sleeping and waking patterns
- When drinking alcohol, do so in moderation. Keep in mind that red wine, beer, whiskey, and champagne are more common headache triggers than vodka or white wine
- Drinking plenty of water in between alcoholic drinks may help avoid hangover headaches. Avoiding foods known to trigger headaches especially chocolate, caffeine, cheese, smoked, cured, and pickled foods
- Try to relax and enjoy this special time of year
Despite all efforts, you may still get a headache, so be prepared so a headache doesn't ruin your holiday plans.
Dr. Mauskop's Migralex™ headache medicine is available at the Migralex.com (http://www.migralex.com) and Amazon.com websites and at Wegmans (http://bit.ly/MigralexWegmansStores) and at select local pharmacies (http://www.migralex.com/pharmacies).