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Migraines - Effective Home Remedies

Updated on October 28, 2014


Ever had a Migraine? Well so have I. And it is not Fun to have migraines.

I will cover what is a migraine and some effective home remedies to help with migraine headaches.

I try to make my articles easy to read and understand using step by step guides so I hope my article will leave you better informed and feeling better, and hopefully helping you with migraines.

ButterflyStar

Please Note: that I am not a doctor nor a physician so please contact your doctor or physician before starting any exercise program or diet changes.



What is a Migraine and what Can Cause a Migraine


Migrains usually occur on one side of the head. They can start around puberty and slow down around the age of 45. Women are more likely to suffer from migraines than men.

Migraine causes are usually caused by:

  • blood vessels inside your head
  • they also can be triggered by what you eat
  • stress
  • alcohol
  • anxiety
  • light
  • perfume
  • doors
  • sensitivity to light

Symptoms: (When you have a migraine or about to have a migraine)

  • head pounding one side
  • tunnel vision
  • blurred vision
  • eye pain
  • nausea
  • not really able to open your eyes.
  • seeing stars or lines



Remedies to Help with Migraines


Fever-few

  • Is a Great herbal supplement that is effective for migraines.


Sleep it off:

  • Is one of the very best remedies for migraines. Even if its for a very short time.


Stress and Anxiety:

  • can really bring on a migraine its very important to do some relaxation exercises to help relieve stress.


Magnesium

  • most sufferers have a deficiency in magnesium in their brains which helps your muscles to relax and will definitely help with migraines. If you suffer with kidney disease or diabetes be sure to contact your Doctor or Physician to make sure this is OK to take.


Take Aspirin

  • taking an aspirin every other day can help to reduce migraines. Also can help reduce heart attacks as well.

Putting ice on your head can help relieve symptoms

  • you will have a very good chance of getting rid of the pain of a migraine trying this method.

Staying in good shape by excersice

  • can relieve migraines. But do not excersise during an attack



In conclusion, Migraines are hard to deal with and everyone suffers with them from one time or another. So its important to know what you can do and when they are about to come on so that you can find a remedy quickly so that you do not have to suffer. I hope my article benefited you in some way and that you do not have to suffer with migraines.

Have a Great day :)

ButterflyStar

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    • Oscarlites profile image

      Oscar Jones 

      5 years ago from Monroeville, Alabama

      great hub.. my mother found out in midlife that calcium w magnesium was greatly beneficial to her and relieving stress and headaches.. but she also told us that we needed calcium with magnesium And vit D. she had tremors of the hands and the combination actually helped that as well.

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      Sheila 

      6 years ago from Surprise Arizona - formerly resided in Washington State

      Very good tips - my best friend has severe migraines throughout the year - I am going to direct her to your hub for some new ideas. Voted Up and Useful.

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      Amy 

      6 years ago from Colorado

      This may sound strange but I have found that I can relieve my migraine pain by limiting my oxygen intake. For example, cover your nose and mouth with a heavy blanket if lying down, or perhaps a scarf if you're up. Try to breathe at a normal rate, but you will actually be taking in less air because of the covering, and the pain goes away in a few minutes.

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      Jenn 

      6 years ago from Pennsylvania

      These are nice tips. I didn't know that lack of magnesium can cause migraines.

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      4youreyes 

      6 years ago

      Good tips as a person who suffers from migraine there is nothing worse than migraine. It can ruin your day and leave you drained for a day or two depending on how bad it gets.

      Have A Good Day !

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