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5 Home Remedies for Your Headaches and Migraines

October 7, 2019

 

 

 

Headaches and migraines come at the most inconvenient times. They interrupt your day and sometimes force you to find refuge in a dark room for hours. 

 

 

Let’s look at 5 home remedies for your headaches and migraines. These methods are proven to ease headache pain, as well as diminish the frequency of headache or migraine attacks.


Exercise


Exercise is proven to relieve stress and is the best technique for relaxing the mind and body. Those who exercise at least 3 times a week have fewer headaches. It also eases the severity of headache pains. 


Try exercising at least 3 times a week – whether it be jogging, cycling, swimming, or lifting weights – and you may find that your headaches improve.


Water


Dehydration is one of the most common reasons for tension in the head. Drinking water is proven to ease head pain within 30 minutes to 3 hours. Try drinking water throughout the day in order to keep head pain away.


Yoga


Yoga helps relax the mind and body and is proven to ease stress and tension. Yoga techniques can lessen the intensity and frequency of headaches. A recent study showed that patients who suffer from chronic migraines who performed yoga for 3 months showed significant reduction in the frequency of their headaches.


Ginger tea


Ginger root contains beneficial compounds such as antioxidants and anti-inflammatory substances. It also reduces migraine symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and dizziness. Try drinking a strong ginger tea or adding it to your foods. 


Cold Compress


Applying cold compresses to the head or neck reduces inflammation, slows nerve conduction, and constricts blood vessels which all help ease headache pain.
To make a cold compress: fill a bag with ice, wrap in a towel, and apply to your head or neck. 
 

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