Tight deadlines, late night parties, returning home late from work, eating at irregular hours and getting few hours of sleep takes a toll on your mental and physical health. So, don’t be surprised if you experience headaches frequently. It is the worst sound effect you can experience.
The intense throbbing or a dull aching pain on just one side of your head can leave you frustrated. The hammering makes you irritated and kind of drains you of your energy. Besides this, the feelings of nausea, vomiting, blurred vision and inability to concentrate can start bothering you.
A migraine attack can last for hours, sometimes days and in worst cases even weeks. In fact, the condition is so disturbing that it can come in the way of your day-to-day activities and restrict your social life.
In this article, we have included some home remedies that can help you get rid of the migraine pain at home.
Peppermint / Lavender oil
Massaging peppermint or lavender oils on the scalp or near the areas of pain, relieves migraine headache, and along with it the feeling of nausea. These essential oils have a soothing effect on the brain.
Those who suffer from migraine attack also complain of vomit and stomach upset. Ginger offers some relief from these symptoms of migraine. Ginger also improves digestion, so it helps supress nausea, which is experienced along with migraine.
Cinnamon is effective is treating migraine headache. Just powder cinnamon sticks, add water and make it into a thick paste. Apply this on your forehead and temples and lie down for half an hour. Then wash off with water. Cinnamon helps to ease muscle tension and gives relief from headache.
Mild exercises such as stretching your neck and head can reduce headaches, as it relieves tension in the neck muscles. Rotating your neck in clockwise and anticlockwise direction also relaxes the muscles. So, next time you get a migraine headache, you know what’s the first thing to do!
The smell of crushed cloves has the power to help you get relief from migraine, thanks to the cooling and pain-relieving properties.
Take 3-4 basil leaves and boil them in a cup of water. Add honey and sip this drink. This is help you get rid of migraine pain.
Ice packs work because they extract the pain from the affected area. They have a numbing effect, which soothes the sensation of pain.
Studies have shown that people who have migraine have magnesium deficiency. Low magnesium levels could also be related to menstrual migraine. Foods rich in magnesium include spinach, sweet potatoes, quinoa, brown rice, almonds, low-fat yogurt, black beans, tuna and mackerel.
Massage & hot showers
Warm water bath or hot packs can relax tense muscles. Similarly, head or scalp massage helps. Simply using your thumb and index finger to massage your temples in a circular motion can also help you get relief from migraine headache.
Drink at least 8-10 glasses of water to keep your body hydrated throughout the day. Stay away from soda, sugary drinks and packaged juices.
Sleep improves headache. More than half of all the migraine headaches that occur are due to lack of sleep or sleeping at irregular hours. Getting at least 7-9 hours of sleep daily will reduce your migraine pain.
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