A migraine is a type of headache that can cause severe throbbing pain usually on one side of the head. It is a neurological condition that can have various symptoms.
Here are the tips you can try to treat migraine and keep it from getting worse
Find a dark and quiet place to relax -
Light and sound sensitivity are common symptoms of migraine. This can help relieve pain and stress. Get a comfortable space and lie down, pay attention to your breathing. Try taking slow and deep breaths. This can help you relax.
Apply a cold compress -
This therapy is usually used to relieve migraine for more than 100 years. But there are scientific reasons also why it is so helpful for some people. The cold therapies can constrict the blood vessels or slow down nerve signals including migraines. Ice bands around the neck or ice pack applied to the onset of migraine can relieve pain.
Teeth grinding or excessive chewing -
Chewing is an important part of eating. But excessive chewing can lead to migraine pain or headaches. Most people have a habit of chewing gum and the tension or pressure in the head can cause the people who chew gum very frequently.
Extreme stress, changing sleeping habits or strenuous activity can lead to severe headache or migraine pain. Deep breathing and relaxation exercise is not enough to cure migraine completely, these are used to shorten the duration of migraine pain. Regular meditation and stress relieving exercise can also be useful in curing migraines.
Eat ginger -
Some foods activate migraine, but some can help get rid of it. Ginger is also one of them. Ginger also helps to reduce migraine pain and also helps in reducing the nausea and vomiting that may be associated with migraine.
There are many remedies to treat migraine but not every remedy that works all the time for everyone. The key thing is to know the trigger that hits migraine pain and avoid it, treat symptoms early, or therapies that work best to relieve your specific type of migraine.
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