The Nationwide Children’s Hospital physicians have shown that there is an increasing trend for children and teens to experience more headaches in the fall when they go back to school. It can be tough, as a parent, to figure out if the headache is real or just resistance to going back to school, wanting to extend summer just a bit.
Experts speculate that the problems could be due to improper hydration and long periods of time on the computer in addition to stress. Other factors may include lack of sleep, caffeine and soft drinks, not enough exercise and missing meals. Read more
There are a couple of other factors that we feel could also be at play. Continue reading