If you suffer Migraines and headaches you know how debilitating it can be. We’ve rounded up some of the best homemade remedies. Watch the video too.
If you or someone in the family suffers from Migraines be sure to check out these warning signs, tips, foods to avoid and natural remedies. During a migraine headache, the blood vessels around your brain expand, irritating the tissue and nerves around them.
You can reduce the severity of attacks if you can recognize the early warning signals. These all-natural solutions to help stabilize those blood vessels will help get rid of the throbbing pain so be sure to read all the details and don’t forget to Pin for easy access.
A migraine headache starts dull, but soon it becomes a throbbing pain which is generally worse on one side of the head. It is a constant pain in the temples, back side or front side of the head.
Generally pain lasts for 4 hours to 3 days. At times this pain becomes so severe that it reduces you to bed.
The exact cause of migraine pain is still unknown. Researchers state that it is considered to be a neurological problem, but there are number of things which can trigger a pain, some of them include:
- Tension or stress
- Hormonal or environmental changes
- Long time exposure to sun
- Lack of sleep
- Intake of alcohol and certain foods
- Skipped meals and poor diet
Let’s take a look at the typical symptoms of Migraines that include:
- Moderate to severe throbbing pain (one side of the head)
- Nausea or vomiting
- Blurred vision
- Sensitivity to light or sound
- Loss of appetite
We are including this very informative video that has 11 all natural remedies from Dr Josh Axe. There are some excellent tips that you won’t want to miss. Click Play above ^
Video Takeaways: So, if you are suffering from migraine headaches, you can also try increased Magnesium , Cayenne, Apple Cider, Ginger, Peppermint Tea or ice packs.
It’s prudent to reduce your caffeine, red meat and alcohol intake. Knowing your triggers is vital and we’ve included this handy Infographic that shows you Migraine Triggers.
They vary from person to person. Some can be environmentally stimulated. For example, changes in weather, heat, bright lights, pollution, smoking, perfumes and loud sounds to name a few. Others can be of a lifestyle nature. Irregular sleep, missed meals, overdoing it physically, dehydration and crying can all contribute.
Health Central have produced this infographic that show how food and drink can have adverse effects. MSG, Caffeine, Alcohol, Chocolate, Food Dyes, Dairy and Cheese, Processed Meats and gluten are just some of the usual suspects.
When it comes to your health, hormones, blood sugar and blood pressure are also common contributors. Be sure to Pin this handy chart for future reference.
This Infographic from Ezine articles shows the Types of Headaches that you may experience, and what they represent. Common types include anxiety headaches. This pain usually crosses your forehead. Stress headaches are where pain runs from the neck to the top of the skull. A sinus headache is another common complaint.
This can cause a deep, dull, chronic ache around the eyes, nose and head. There are also headaches that can be brought on by digestive issues including too much alcohol or an ice cream headache.
Here’s some more common type of headaches from Synergy Chiro – as you can see they are linked to nausea and we have all experienced pain over one eye at some point.
Sometimes nothing beats laying down in a dark quiet room with a wet flannel on your head!
Dr Axe has put together this excellent infographic that gives 10 excellent home remedies for Migraine sufferers. Magnesium, gluten free diet, Peppermint and Lavender Oils, Cayenne Muscle Rub to name a few. There’s lots of great suggestions!
Dr Axe also says that you can experience a headache as a result of your blood sugar levels spiking.
Too much sugar is not good for you in any case and should be something that you look at reducing to a minimum.
If you suffer a sugar headache, combine equal parts lavender, rosemary and coconut oil topically to the back of your neck, temples and forehead.
Oil Love Club have come up with this Essential Oil Headache Blend that involves using Peppermint, Lavender, Frankincense and Eucalyptus and topping off with fractionated coconut oil.
This Migraine Reliever drink uses 1/2 a pineapple, 3-4 Kale leaves, 1 Stick of Celery, 1/2 Cucumber, 1/4 lemon and 1/2 inch ginger root. Blend it up and drink for migraine relief.
Did you know you can also use Apple Cider Vinegar to treat migraines? Well according to Top 10 Remedies, you can. Here’s how:
- Add 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar to a glass of water
- Mix in 1 Tablespoon of Honey
- Drink this daily to help prevent as well as treat migraines
You can also use Cayenne Pepper for a Migraine Reliever. Here’s how :
- Mix 1/2-1 teaspoon Cayenne Pepper in a cup of warm water
- Optionally add some lemon juice and honey to it
- Drink as needed
It’s important to be careful with what you put into your body if you are a Headache or Migraine sufferer. Avoid at all costs dairy, chocolate, eggs, citrus, meat, wheat nuts and peanuts, tomatoes, onions, caffeine, corn, apples, bananas and alcohol to name a few.
On the list of preferred foods is brown rice, cooked green, orange and yellow veggies, cooked non-citrus foods, water – regular or carbonated, salt in moderation and maple syrup.
Yoga is a great way to help you if you are suffering headaches. You can try out any number of poses featured in this Infographic from Urban Wired.
Yoga Stretches are also extremely beneficial and these 8 key moves will assist you to feel a whole lot better. You can find more details on Style Craze