More Home Remedies For Migraines

Following a regular sleeping schedule is one of the most recommended home remedies for migraines. A sleeping schedule, when followed appropriately, brings more relaxation and will in turn help in relieving the symptoms of migraines. It works best to have a fixed time for going to bed and for waking if this can be brought into regular practice. Oversleeping has to be avoided as this can also be detrimental.

De-stressing the body is one of the most beneficial home remedies with migraine pain as stress is considered one of the causes that will trigger the onset of this condition. Certain techniques such as meditation, yoga and progressive muscle relaxation will be beneficial for the body and mind. Other methods such as listening to music, gardening, reading, taking a hot shower, taking a walk, sitting in a silent place, can also help to give the body and mind ample time to relax and revitalize.

When in the midst of a migraine, resting in a dark, quiet room can help to curb the pain from progressing. Applying ice compresses to the back of the neck is one of the best home remedies for migraines.

According to surveys, most migraine sufferers tend to have a dearth of magnesium in their bodies. Magnesium is known as a muscle relaxant and including foods rich in magnesium in the diet can also be beneficial as one of the home remedies for migraines. Several foods that are rich in magnesium are black beans, raw broccoli, halibut, oysters, spinach, rock fish, whole wheat bread.

As previously mentioned, certain foods can induce migraines in certain people. These are chocolate, cow’s milk, egg, orange, cheese, tomato, rye, wheat. Alcohol and caffeine are known to trigger migraines in most susceptible people.

Other home remedies for migraine relief include the juice of ripe grapes, foods rich in niacin, vitamin B essential for normal function of the nervous system and the gastrointestinal tract). A mix of carrot juice with spinach or a mix of beet and cucumber juices. Applying the paste of fresh lemon crust to the forehead usually helps in soothing migraine pain. Using fresh crushed cabbage leaves as a compress on the forehead serves the same purpose.

There have to date been no medical advancements which are currently available to cure migraines. However, following the beneficial, natural and safe home remedies for migraines as listed above, you have a very good chance of lessening the intensity and frequency of your headaches.

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Following a regular sleeping schedule is one of the most recommended home remedies for migraines. A sleeping schedule, when followed appropriately, brings more relaxation and