Heal Headache without medicine
September 16, 2011 10:09am CST
Headaches can strike you anytime and anywhere. A study published in the American Academy of Neurology suggests that trigger headaches most often is the increased temperature and high psychological distress. To ease often we take headache medicine. In fact, headaches can be relieved by natural means. So, do not directly consume headache medicine, it is better solved in the following manner, as quoted by the Times of India. * Drinking water. The headaches are often triggered by dehydration. When you are hot and lose lots of fluids accompanied by intense headaches, immediate consumption of water. Sit down a minute, then drink water slowly. Do not do a lot of movement until the headaches disappear. * Moving away from the computer. Computer radiation can also cause pain in the head. It usually happens to you who spend long hours at the computer. Try to turn off the monitor, then go outside to get some fresh air. Inhale slowly, close your eyes. Closing his eyes is an effective way to relieve muscle tension that causes eye pain. * Brewed black tea. Add a squeeze of lemon juice. While still warm, drink slowly. This is useful to relieve your headache soon. * Try eating hot soup. After that, try sleeping in a quiet or dim. * Soaking in warm water can also cure your headache. * Use the index finger and thumb to gently press your nose. And, have a massage at the temple in turn. But remember, do not press too hard. * Compress the head. Take a soft cloth or small towel, then wet with cold water temperature. Then, paste in the back of the head and neck. The way it could reduce the pain because it makes a relaxing effect. * Meditation. When he appeared headache try to meditate. Close your eyes, inhale and hold for five seconds then slowly waste. Focus your mind on things that are fun. That way you can reduce muscle tension headache triggers, due to psychological pressure.
16 Sep 11
I have noticed that when I don't drink enough water, I will always get a headache because I'm dehydrated. I agree that drinking water will help a lot of the time, and I have noticed this in myself a lot of the time when I have a headache. I also find that going for a walk or doing some light exercise will help, as that always tends to encourage the blood to start flowing around the body. Obviously if it's a really bad headache then you might not feel like going for a run, but even light exercise can help to get rid of it.