Healthy tips – Home Remedies for Migraine and Headache



Types of common headaches

Migraine
Tension
Cluster
Sinus

Migraine

Migraine pain is an intense pulsing from deep within your head. This pain can last for days. The headache significantly limits your ability to carry out your daily routine. Migraine is throbbing and usually one-sided. People with migraine headaches are often sensitive to light and sound. Nausea and vomiting also usually occur.

Some migraine is preceded by visual disturbances. About one out of five people will experience these symptoms before the headache starts. Known as an aura, it may cause you to see:

flashing lights
shimmering lights
zigzag lines
stars
blind spots
Auras can also include tingling on one side of your face or in one arm and trouble speaking. However, the symptoms of a stroke can also mimic a migraine, so if any of these symptoms are new to you, you should seek immediate medical attention.

Migraine attacks might run in your family, or they can be associated with other nervous system conditions. Women are three times more likely to develop migraine than men. People with post-traumatic stress disorder also have an increased risk for migraine.

Certain environmental factors, such as sleep disruption, dehydration, skipped meals, some foods, hormone fluctuations, and exposure to chemicals are common migraine triggers.

Symptoms:

sensitivity to light, noise, or smells
nausea or vomiting
loss of appetite
upset stomach or belly pain

When a child has a migraine,

they may look pale
feel dizzy
have blurry vision
fever
an upset stomach

They can last from 4 hours to 3 days and usually happen one to four times a month.

Reasons:

Heredity
nervous system conditions
post-traumatic stress disorder
sleep disruption
dehydration
skipped meals
some foods
hormone fluctuations
exposure to chemicals

Remedies:

Turmeric and ginger Soup

Process 1:

Finely chop the 100g ginger into small pieces
Grind these pieces to extract the ginger juice
Boil 250ml of water in a bowl.
Take the water in a glass and add two tablespoons of turmeric and four tablespoons of ginger juice
Stir them well

Usage:

Take this soup daily after having the food.

Process 2:

Finely chop the 100g ginger into small pieces
Boil 250ml of water in a bowl.
Take the water in a glass and add chopped ginger pieces
Stir them well

Usage:

Take this soup daily

Cinnamon stick paste

Process:

Take 100gms of cinnamon sticks
Grind them into a powder
Make paste by adding water to this powder

Usage:

Apply the cinnamon stick paste to forehead and tied a cloth around the forehead
Keep it for 15-20 minutes

Green tea

Process:

Boil 250ml of water in a bowl
Add quater tablespoon of Green tea leaves
Boil until water changes the color
Once the heat reduces to drinkable temperature add two tablespoons of lemon juice and honey for taste

Source: Youtube