Home remedies for migraine

Migraine is such a common ailment that affects millions of people around the world, especially women between 15 and 55 years. Migraine headache results from contraction of muscles in the head. Other causes of headache can be hormonal changes or exhaustion. It causes severe head pain.

The difference between migraine and headache is the recurring appearance of crisis, which last between 2 and 72 hours, where the following symptoms occur:

  • Dolores head (more on one side than another head).
  • Hypersensitivity to sensory stimuli (light or noise).
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Fatigue.
  • Altered vision.
  • Digestive disorders.
  • Affective manifestations, such as anxiety.

Migraine symptoms:
  • Mental confusion.
  • Need to sleep more.
  • Neck Pain.
There are different causes that precipitate the onset of migraine and include situations you both physical, and biological or psychological:
  • Alcohol intake.
  • Foods like cocoa, milk, citrus fruits, nuts, spices and preservatives.
  • Menstruation or use of birth control pills.
  • Prolonged insolation.
  • Alteration of sleep rhythms.
  • Stress.
  • Prolonged fasting.
  • Allergic reaction.
  • Bright lights and loud noises.
Some home remedies for migraine are as follows:
    1. Place on the forehead a shell of watermelon or banana and secure it with gauze.
    2. Take a tablespoon of grated nutmeg in a cup of water.
    3. Take two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water with each meal. This reduces the frequency of migraines.
    4. Inhaling fumes from a bottle of strong mustard.
    5. Perform footbaths or hands where I added lemon juice has.
    6. Pour a teaspoon of sour orange and peppermint in a cup of boiling water. Cover, leave to cool and strain. Take a cup after the main meal for three months.
    7. Immerse your feet in a bucket with hot water and add three tablespoons of salt.

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