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Home Remedies for Migraines – Make Headaches a Thing of the Past

Migraine Symptoms

Migraines are excruciating to deal with, and I have, unfortunately, met plenty of patients that have dealt with them for decades. The pain can vary from moderate to severe that pulsing or throbbing. There may be other symptoms as well like weakness, nausea, sensitivity to sound, and light.

Migraine Causes

Migraines can be caused multitude of factors, including:

  • Anxiety and stress
  • Bright lights
  • Hormonal changes in women
  • Medicines.
  • Loud noises
  • Caffeine/Tobacco/Alcohol,
  • Certain foods, such as cheese, chocolate, yeast, or nuts

Women are more likely than men to get migraines, as well as people who have family members that also suffer from migraines. People that suffer from depression, epilepsy, anxiety, bipolar disorders, and sleep disorders. Migraines can be diagnosed if you do a neurological or physical exam, and there are numerous ways to treat it.

Home Remedies for Migraine

ESARORA Ice Roller

Taking pain relievers is an easy solution, but not always the best method, and for that reason, the ESARORA ice roller can be an effective treatment. Extremely cooling, it reduces swollen blood vessels, easing discomfort, and soothing eyes, forehead and the sinus area.

Last updated on November 7, 2019 2:08 pm

Chamomile Tea

A comforting cup of chamomile tea, sweetened with a little honey, not only relaxes you physically, but can ease the tense, tight blood vessels that cause migraines.

If you continue to suffer from migraines, you are advised to seek medical attention. Reading reputable info sheets prepared by medical professionals can provide more information.

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