You’ll Eat Up These Natural Remedies For Migraines

 

Seeking relief from throbbing migraine headaches?You’re not alone ! 

Migraine headaches usually are described as intense, throbbing or pounding pain that involves one temple. (Sometimes the pain is located in the forehead, around the eye, or at the back of the head). Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, facial pallor, cold handscold feet, and sensitivity to light and sound commonly accompany migraine headaches.

Just some stats : Migraine afflicts 28 million Americans, with females suffering more frequently (17%) than males (6%). Missed work and lost productivity from migraine are getting more frequent. Nevertheless, migraine still remains largely underdiagnosed and undertreated. Less than half of individuals with migraine are diagnosed by their doctors.

“Dim lights, silent rooms, watching the weather, medications, watching food triggers are just some of the ways people cope with migraines.  There are many triggers for migraine including noise, stress, chemical make-up, genetics, external toxins, etc. and food is one of them. I have given Nutritional advice to people who suffer from migraines and often some simple dietary changes can help.  If you want to know about some common food triggers and foods that may help with migraines, hop on over to Clinical Posters and read my guest post titled  ” Migraine Relief Without Opening Your Medicine Cabinet ”  You may find some helpful tips there ! 

 Just to give you a sneak peek into some of the post highlights !

  • Five food supplements that can suppress migraines.
  • Know which  additives and naturally incurring ingredients  trigger migraines.
  • Importance of keeping a food diary and including a detox plan

And much more ! Go on click the link ! It may help ease your migraines away !


 

Comments

  1. Great ideas to try.

  2. So far a hot shower and sleep has been the only thing that has helped my migraines. I will definitely give your ideas a try.

  3. We often treat migraine as a normal headache where we can take a simple paracetamol to relieve the pain. Migraine is very painful, sometimes, we may feel that we need to crack our head so that we will know what’s really happening inside. I am glad I don’t experience yet heavy migraine, just a headache and my common treatment is to drink water then take a rest.

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