If you suffer from frequent migraines, a food diary will help to identify triggers in your diet. Common culprits include caffeine, chocolate, aged cheeses, citrus fruits, processed meats, the food additive MSG, and red wine. (Hint - a migraine may take as long as 48 hours to develop after the food has been eaten).
Take regular stretch breaks when you are working or driving for long periods of time. This will help to improve blood flow and prevent muscles going into spasm.
Wear good quality sunglasses to protect your eyes from glare, particularly when you are out in the snow or near water.
Schedule regular activities such as meditation and Tai chi to help reduce stress.
Taking Blackmores Feverfew and vitamin B2 daily helps to reduce the frequency and severity of migraine.