Posted 6/19/2018 8:32 AM (GMT -6)
Hello everyone, I am new here. I am hopping I can count on your experience and knowledge as I have tried everything and searched all I could on the internet.
After 3-4 months of daily migraines, and 7 months of 15+ migraines per month, I am finally out of the rut and I feel practically normal again, thanks to nadolol.
I used it be very active, and I get depressed if I don’t exercise. I’ve been trying to put together an exercise plan that doesn’t trigger migraines. I monitor my heart rate, I am limiting the time to 45 min with lots of stretching and without breaking a sweat. Still, 48 hours after I exercise, I inevitably get a migraine.
Has anyone figure out a way to exercise without triggering a migraine? I like weights, and I’ve been using the machines without any weights (it looks silly), breathing right, posture, no neck, shoulder or chest, drinking water, warming up and cooling down... I have no idea why my body is reacting like this 48 hours after!
My neurologist can’t help. Is there another specialty of doctors for what happens to your body when you exercise? Why the 48 hours delay?
Thanks for reading. I know this is a bit of a luxury problem. Wishing you all good health.