Managing Migraine: Home remedies to get relief from headache

Published on Sep 04, 2021 03:07 PM IST
  • Migraine pain can strike any time disrupting your daily routine while putting you through great discomfort. If you are troubled with these headaches too often, you might have started to recognise the early signs. It is a severe pain that may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, tiredness, dizziness, blurred vision etc. Here are some home remedies you can follow for immediate relief from pain.
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Migraine pains need to be tackled with care. From diet, sleep to cold packs, here's what you can do to get relief from these headaches.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Sep 04, 2021 03:07 PM IST

Migraine pains need to be tackled with care. From diet, sleep to cold packs, here's what you can do to get relief from these headaches.(Pixabay)

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Migraine pains need to be tackled with care. From diet, sleep to cold packs, here's what you can do to get relief from these headaches.(Instagram) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Sep 04, 2021 03:07 PM IST

Migraine pains need to be tackled with care. From diet, sleep to cold packs, here's what you can do to get relief from these headaches.(Instagram)

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Heating pad: If warm compressions works for you, you can soak a cloth in warm water and place it on the area that hurts. Alternatively, you can go for a hot shower too.(Instagram) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Heating pad: If warm compressions works for you, you can soak a cloth in warm water and place it on the area that hurts. Alternatively, you can go for a hot shower too.(Instagram)

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Caffeine: Tea or coffee with caffeine actually helps in easing the migraine pain. It goes well with pain killers and helps them work better.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Caffeine: Tea or coffee with caffeine actually helps in easing the migraine pain. It goes well with pain killers and helps them work better.(Pixabay)

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Relax: You can close your eyes and try relaxation techniques like Shavasana, meditation, or stretches that release stress.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Relax: You can close your eyes and try relaxation techniques like Shavasana, meditation, or stretches that release stress.(Pixabay)

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Good diet: Studies have established connection between diet and migraines and how making changes in one's diet is associated with reducing its frequency. Include green leafy vegetables, whole grains, and nuts if you get migraine attacks on a regular basis.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Good diet: Studies have established connection between diet and migraines and how making changes in one's diet is associated with reducing its frequency. Include green leafy vegetables, whole grains, and nuts if you get migraine attacks on a regular basis.(Pixabay)

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Develop a sleep routine: As per studies, changes in sleep patterns can trigger migraine attacks. It is advised to set your sleeping routine right by eating at the same time and for 7-8 hours.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Develop a sleep routine: As per studies, changes in sleep patterns can trigger migraine attacks. It is advised to set your sleeping routine right by eating at the same time and for 7-8 hours.(Pixabay)

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Ginger: You can have ginger tea or eat raw ginger for pain relief considering its anti-inflammatory properties. It also helps reducing the nausea caused by a migraine attack.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Ginger: You can have ginger tea or eat raw ginger for pain relief considering its anti-inflammatory properties. It also helps reducing the nausea caused by a migraine attack.(Pixabay)

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Magnesium: Consuming food with magnesium such as pumpkin seeds, almonds, spinach can help preventing frequent migraine attacks. You can also take its supplements after consulting with your doctor.(Pixabay) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Magnesium: Consuming food with magnesium such as pumpkin seeds, almonds, spinach can help preventing frequent migraine attacks. You can also take its supplements after consulting with your doctor.(Pixabay)

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