Helpful Headache Relief Natural Home Remedies

Helpful Headache Relief Natural Home Remedies

Daily headaches affect millions of people. It is usually caused by increased intracranial pressure (migraine). However, it can occur also in healthy people because of the weather changes (sunny, rainy, snowy) or due to fatigue. According to statistics, women suffer more often from headaches than men. Attention ! If you have frequent headache complaints, consult with  a specialist - neurologist.

Types of Headaches

It is characterized by throbbing pain occuring periodically, especially when one is awake. Doctors have not yet determined exactly what causes migraine. But according to most studies the cause of migraine can be starvation, stress, insomnia, odors, weather changes, spicy foods, etc. A person suffering from migraine should necessarily go to see a doctor.

Intracranial   Pressure -  increasing pressure within the skull. The most often causes are intracranial hematoma or brain tumors. It is characterized by dizziness, drowsiness, and usually occurs early in the morning.

Headache Induced by Stress
Usually, the pain is caused by stress, and is defined by muscle and emotional tension. People who suffer from this type of headache should visit a neurologist. Pain can also appear because of suppressed latent depression.

Headache Related to Traumatic Brain Injury (concussion)
Usually it lasts for several years after the injury, and it is accompanied by irritability and dizziness.

Headache Triggered by Weather Changes
Headaches can increase during seasons. High or very low temperature may cause a migraine. Changes in atmospheric pressure also lead to  headache and sinus pain.

Insomnia is often associated with low levels of the hormones serotonin and melatonin. This leads to severe headache and feeling of dizziness.

Bright light coming from the light bulb, computer monitor or TV are often at the root of headaches. There are people who are sensitive even to the sunlight.

14  Natural Headache Remedies and Folk Recipes, Helping to Relieve Pain

Peel the lemon peel, and cut the lemon into two halves. Get the one half and apply it to the affected area. Attach it using a towel.  You can also drink every day ¼ glass of potatoe juice and ½  black currant juice.

Peppermint Tea and Cinnamon
1.Boil strong green tea and add a pinch of cinnamon or peppermint. Drink up the tea and lie down for a while. The headache will go away.
!!! Contraindicated for people wit high blood pressure (peppermint lowers blood pressure).
2. Peppermint is a healing plant that relieves headaches. It is enough to make a tea and drink 2-3 glasses. The headache goes away after 15-20 minutes.
3. Holding a peppermint leaf in the area of ​​the temples and forehead also  can helps.

Mountain Ash Berries (viburnum)
1.Eat fruits of viburnum three times daily (50-80 grams) or squeeze its juice and drink. You can freeze the fruit in the freezer to have fresh fruit in the winter
2.Or you can mash the fruit and add sugar (1: 1) , cook it 15-20 minutes, cool the mixture and pour it into jars. Keep in a cool place. Drink it during Winter and Spring.

You can drink ¼ cup a day potatoe juice, but if have only systematic headache. Also, you can put thin strips of potatoes on the eyes, forehead and temples. It’s very effective.

Peppermint Essential Oil 
Massage your temples with essential oil of peppermint. The peppermint essential oil reduces headache. Besides temples, apply the oil to neck and shoulders to reduce tension.

Peppermint Tea Bags on The Eyelids 
Take two tea bags of peppermint and soak them in hot water. Then lie down, close your eyes and place the packets on the eyelids. Lay for ten minutes or so.

Lavender Oil
Soak your feet in warm water with a few drops of lavender oil. Hot water will vascularised your legs and reduce pressure in the blood vessels in the rest of the body, including the head. The oil of lavender with its aroma helps to relax and relieves pain.

Infusion of Peppermint, Chamomile, Foeniculum Vulgare and Valerian Roots
This combination of herbs  helps headaches caused by fatigue and stress. Mint, chamomile, fennel (fruit) and valerian (roots) were mixed in equal amounts. Two tablespoons of the mixture is put into a pint of boiling water. Stay in a thermos one night and the next day strain. Liquid drink one cup before bedtime.

Chamomile Tea (or rosemary tea) 
Take 15 minutes to have rest a rest, make chamomile tea and drink it slowly in a darkened room. Chamomile tea contains substances that reduce pain and help you relax. It is believed that rosemary tea also hinder the pain.

Coffee With Lemon
Many people drink a cup of coffee as soon as they feel the first signs of a headache. Yes, the coffee really helps to relieve pain, but do not overdo it. One or two cups of coffee can help, but more may have a negative effect. Many argue that coffee with lemon helps even more, so it is not bad to drink a coffee with a slice of lemon. 

The Power of "Hoku" Point
With the tips of the thumb and forefinger, press the place (tendon) between the thumb and forefinger of the other hand. Press it and gently massage this point about 1-2 minutes and then repeat the same on the other hand. If you are pregnant, do not use this method.

Take a scarf or cloth and tie it tightly on the forehead. Instantly you will feel pain relief. Some people recommend the towel to be soaked in vinegar first.

Raw Beet
Apply pieces of raw beet to the temples and forehead. These pieces contain lead, which has a soothing effect on the blood vessels of the brain, and eliminate the pain.

Red Wine, Honey and Lemon
Mix half a liter of red wine, a finely chopped lemon and a teaspoon of honey. Drink 4-5 sips several times a day. This mixture helps with headache and stress.
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