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2. STAYING HYDRATED.
The truth is most people just simply are not drinking enough water. Water is a free commodity for most and will help you stay headache free. Coffee, sugary drinks and alcohol will make you dehydrated and cause you to have headaches.
You can also keep hydrated with some fruits and veggies too. Try eating some cucumbers, celery radishes, cabbage, zucchini
3. DRINK SOME CARROT JUICE
Carrot juice is a juice we normally think of as being a cancer remedy, but in this case it is recommended for migraines and headaches. Carrot juice is detoxing also. As you detox, you clean your system.
Here are the suggested juices:
1. 200ml of spinach juice to 300ml of carrot juice.
2. 100ml of beet and cucumber juice to 300ml of carrot juice.
4. Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey
Although Apple Cider is acidic it is considered to be one of the best detoxing superfoods. When you add that with healing honey, you can now see how this would work to help in ridding migraines. Apple Cider Vinegar is a detox and can be placed in your bathwater also.
Apple Cider Vinegar is great at controlling blood sugar, regulating high blood pressure, reducing bone pain, promoting weight loss and relieving constipation.
5. Hot and Cold Showers
I have to say this is one of my favorites. A hot shower will relax your mind and help you to forget the pain. I do not like the cold shower side but it works. Do you know this is part of Dr. Richard Schultze protocol too for healing. Many of you have heard of the Schulze Liver Flush.
Not only are hot showers good for pain, they are also a go to remedy for sciatica and back pain also. The hotter the water, the better.
6. Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs
One of the first things I did for migraines and gallbladder problems too was acupuncture.
According to the Canadian Medical Association a study of 500 people was conducted and with acupuncture alone the incidence of migraines was reduced 50%. So before the study began people got migraines approximately 6 days a month. After the study with acupuncture, they reduced the incidence to 3 days a month.
One of the top solutions for migraines and headaches is magnesium. You can take the supplements, but what I like best is the oil that is diluted in half and sprayed on the bottom of the feet.
There is a great book on Magnesium that I recommend. It is called Transdermal Magnesium Therapy by Marcus Sirus.
9. Lavender Essential Oils
Lavender is a safe and effective migraine treatment. Research from 2012 showed that participants could inhale the vapors and have their migraines improve greatly.
The 47 participants inhaled the vapors for 15 minutes and then were asked to record their results every half hour. Out of 129 attacks, 92 were shown to react favorably to the lavender oil treatment.
10. Ginger Tea and More
Ginger tea is great for migraines, but a better solution is to chew on a piece of fresh ginger. The taste is hot and you will see immediate relief.
You can also munch of some healthy ginger snaps. Another solution is to mince some fresh ginger and add it to a glass of juice.
Research from 2013 showed that ginger was effective on the treatment of common migraines.
Ginger blocks prostaglandins, which are chemicals that promote muscle contractions, impact hormones and regulate inflammation in blood vessels in the brain.
11. Avoid All Forms of Chocolate
Many migraine sufferers have reported that certain foods trigger their migraines. Chocolate and its derivatives are included in that group. Approximately 22% listed chocolate and cocoa as a trigger for their migraines.
But Dr. Rosen, International Headache Society, suggests that chocolate may be getting a bad rap. She suggests that the patients merely had a hunger spell prior to the headache and blamed chocolate for their problem, when really it was not a cause at all.
12. Cayenne to the Rescue
Cayenne has long been used for pain in cancer and other diseases. In USA Today, they reported that cayenne was the most used spice in the world.
But besides cooking, it is used in natural medicine. Both Native Americans and the Chinese have long used cayenne for natural treatments.
Cayenne Pepper is great for migraine and headache pain as it stimulates circulation and improves blood flow. It contains capsaicin, which is a natural pain killer.
Add 1/3 to 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper to cup of hot water and sip this to reliever the pain. You may need to start out slow in order to get use to the taste. While cayenne pepper is hot to the tongue, it does not affect the stomach.
I suggest and use myself 35K from Startwest Botanicals. You can also order the creams.
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