But there are some other surprising things that can also trigger them.
For example, your boss. Even indirect stress, like a meeting, can heighten nerves that relay pain.
Your hairstyle is also a possible trigger. A tight headband or ponytail can actually put pressure on connective tissue and blood supply.
When the weather gets warmer, that, too, can bring on a headache.
A recent study found for every 9-degree rise in temperature, the migraine risk goes up 7 percent.
A brief, brisk walk is a great way to get rid of a headache.
Swing your arms to help loosen up muscle tension in your neck and shoulders.