Natural Headache Remedies

Updated: Jul 26, 2019



A headache can range from something dull but achy to a migraine which means you really can’t function at all. There are plenty of natural cures for headaches though that you may find to be helpful. If you get them on a regular basis, then this is even more important. Most people don’t realize that a headache can mean you aren’t taking care of your body. For example: you may be hungry or tired and that is what triggers your pain. Below are simple natural methods that you can administer to cure a headache:


Getting enough sleep and eating right

Making sure you get enough sleep and that you are eating a balanced diet can really help. Take an inventory of what you eat as well. Sometimes, there are patterns that can be recognized. For example: caffeine headaches are common, which means your body is too dependent on it. When you cut back on caffeine, it is normal to have such headaches for a few days as your body adjusts.


Drink enough water

Make sure you drink enough water, too many people drink everything but water all day. As a result, the body isn’t getting enough water that it needs to remove various toxins from the body. You may not be dehydrated, but you still aren’t at your very best when that happens. Make sure you drink 6-8 glasses of water each day and more when the weather is hotter.


Getting stressed

Stress is a very common cause of headaches because the muscles in your body become very tense. Do you best to get rid of stress that you don’t need in your life. This is one of the best natural cures for headaches. Try meditation and spend time doing more things that you enjoy.


Soaking yourself in a bath

Soaking in a hot bath will help to loosen up those muscles and as a result, it will have soothing impacts on the body.


Aromatherapy, Acupuncture and Reflexology

You can use various types of aromatherapy as well to improve how you feel. And peppermint essential oils works great at releasing headaches. There are candles, bath salts, and scented oils you can purchase to use at home. A massage in those areas that are tense such as the neck, shoulders, and back can really help as well. They target specific areas of the body that can offer you relief from headaches.


Exercise

Exercise does a great deal for both the mind and the body. Make sure you are getting some form of it everyday. Doing so helps keep your heart healthy and your circulation working like it should. Not enough exercise can result to headaches due to the circulation slowing down. Make sure you find activities you like so you can remain active each day.





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If you do suspect you are seriously ill I would advise you to first seek medical attention.