Simple Cures for Migraine Headaches You Should Know.
Your head is pounding, like an old rickety church bell. You want it to stop, you want it to go away, but it doesn’t. “The migraine headache is back”, you tell yourself.
Apart from back troubles, another popular form of chronic pain is headache. It is usually activated by allergies, fatigue, eyestrain, stress, alcohol, poor postures, drugs, hormones, constipation, low blood sugar and other nutritional deficiencies. Regardless of the cause, this is your brain’s way of telling you that you are not living right, something needs to change.
Migraine headache is usually accompanied with symptoms such as sensitivity to light, sound, and smell. It is sometimes associated with nausea and vomiting, and an altogether loss of appetite, combined with stomach upset or belly pain is not uncommon. The migraine headache time can vary between a couple of hours, to a few days. It can occur once, twice or more every month.
There are two ways of taking care of a migraine headache. You can either do this through normal medication, or through a change in lifestyle.