The Connection Between Lack of Boundaries and Migraines
Are your headaches feeling like more than just physical pain? It could be that you’re dealing with more than just a migraine. Have you ever considered that the lack of boundaries in your relationships may be the root cause of your migraines? Let’s take a closer look at how this could be true. 

The Bible teaches us to build walls around our hearts, as Proverbs 25:28 says, “A man without self-control is like a city broken into and left without walls." When we fail to set boundaries with others, it goes against God's design for healthy relationships—and can lead to migraines. Unfortunately, when we don't have appropriate boundaries, it becomes easier for us to become emotionally overwhelmed and physically drained by our interactions with people. This can often manifest itself as chronic headaches or migraines. 

We all need emotional boundaries in order to maintain our mental and physical health. Without them, we are vulnerable to being taken advantage of by other people. We also open ourselves up for criticism from those who don't understand our need for personal space and respect in relationships. It's important that we remember that it is okay—and even necessary—to protect ourselves from being hurt or taken advantage of by others. That’s why having healthy boundaries is so important, both spiritually and physically! 

Another factor that could be causing your migraines is stress caused by trying too hard to please other people or feeling guilty about not living up to the expectations of others. When we put too much pressure on ourselves to perform in certain ways or meet certain standards, it can have a negative impact on our mental and physical health. Anxiety about failing or not meeting someone else's expectations can cause tension headaches and worsen existing migraine symptoms. That's why it's so important for us to set limits on how much time we spend trying to please others—or even worrying about what they think of us!  

It’s important for us all to remember that setting healthy boundaries is essential not only for maintaining healthy relationships but also for protecting our own mental and physical wellbeing—especially if you suffer from frequent migraines! Taking steps towards establishing clear boundaries will help keep you safe from potential abuse while also freeing up your mind and body from stressors caused by trying too hard to please other people or feeling guilty about not living up to their expectations. So if your migraines seem out of control, take a look at the amount of personal space you give everyone in your life - it might just be the key factor in finding relief!

By the way, I used to experience 16 to 24 debilitating migraine days a month and now have less than 1-1/2 days by decreasing inflammation and learning to set good boundaries.  Does decreasing inflammation sound how do I do that?  There is an 11 Day Jumpstart next month that will walk you through exactly how step by step.  Click Here for details and leave a comment if you want in! 


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