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5 Home Remedies for Migraine Headaches


No matter what part of the world you live in, you will undoubtedly run into someone you know who has had a migraine at some point in their lives. Migraines are a neurological syndrome characterized by severe headaches, nausea, vomiting and photophobia with varying intensities. Just over 1 billion people worldwide can attest to having a migraine at least once in their lives, and what is even more remarkable is that three quarter of the sufferers are female!

In many cases, a migraine headache is just pulsating pain that lasts anywhere from 1 hour all the way up to 72 hours or more for the most severe of cases. The notion of spending all this time in pain spurs most people into trying several different migraine headache remedies -- including prescription medications and all natural herbal treatments.

Most people will try pretty much anything at all in order to get rid of their migraine fast -- or at the very least, just to reduce the pain slightly. Unfortunately, many of these individuals have been unsuccessful in their attempts, as they just don't know which remedies to use nor how to use them properly. Thankfully though, there are indeed EFFECTIVE home remedies for migraine headaches which exist that have been clinically proven to aid in getting rid of migraines & severe headaches. Here are a few remedies you might want to try...

The Ice Wrap

One of the most popular home remedies for migraine headaches is the use of ice wraps. Many stores and pharmacies sell these inexpensive ice wraps, which are used around the head or on the neck in order to get rid of headaches quickly. It is usually very effective at soothing the body and improving blood flow, which helps to ease pain almost instantly.

Ice Towel

One of the easier home remedies for migraine headaches is the use of the frozen towel method. Basically, you would need to wet the towel and wring it out as the first step. Once that's done, you would place it in the freezer for around five minutes, take it out & re-fold it, then put it back in the freezer to ensure that all sections of the towel become SUPER cold. Once it has reached PEAK coldness, it'll be time to wrap the towel around the head or neck for as long as it takes for the pain to subside.

Deep Massages

When many people think about home remedies for migraine headaches, they initially think of deep, relaxing head massages. The kind that have been proven to give some measure of migraine headache relief. Such quick & easy to do treatments work best when done in a dark room where someone other than yourself is massaging the head and neck.

Food & Drink

Some people have attested to the positive effects of eating salty food as one of the fastest & best home remedies for migraine headaches. You could perhaps give it a try with things like chips or snacks which are particularly salty. Aside from that, people have have also experienced relief just by drinking large quantities of water, juices packed with vitamin C, and even by having a SMALL amount of caffeine. IMPORTANT NOTE: It should be remembered that caffeine will work AGAINST a person who experiences caffeine induced migraines/headaches, thereby making matters worse. In such cases, caffeine should probably be avoided.

Healthier Habits & Lifestyle

Oof course, some of the best home remedies for migraine headaches include the obvious things like exercise, getting adequate sleep every night, and eating healthier. Some people have reported getting good headache relief once they start a regular exercise program as well as ensure their bodies get enough rest. Tied in with that, it's also a idea to switch out your regular diet -- which is likely made up of fast food, junk food, and sugary and/or processed foods -- with a more natural diet made up of fish, lean meats, nuts, fruits & vegetables, and anything else that is considered "good for you".

Try some of these excellent home remedies for migraine headaches if you're tired of dealing with constant, throbbing head pain that never seems to go away. After all, why should anyone have to live with constant headache pain when there are easy and super fast ways to avoid it?

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