How To Relieve Migraines And Headaches Naturally At Home


When stress levels are high, hormones are out of balance, or you're just experiencing an acute bout of anxiety, all that pressure can lead to a migraine headache. While some workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and impact your physical and emotional health. We all have experienced stressful situations where no matter how much we try to avoid it, the ability to cope with it seems impossible. Although migraine headache causes may be varied, treatment for symptoms in people with headaches can be easily accomplished merely by changing your diet and including medicinal foods, spices, and a few home remedies. Home remedies for migraine pain relief are some of the most sought after natural cures. 

Home Remedies To Reduce Migraines And Headaches

(1). Peppermint oil
Rub it on the part of your head that hurts.
(2). Fish Oil
Rub it on the part of your head that hurts.
(3). Hydration
Drink lots of fresh water to maintain hydration. 
(4). Vitamin B-2
Vitamin B-2 may also help relieve the frequency of migraine headaches. B-2 or riboflavin is found in broccoli, eggs, almonds, raw milk, fermented soy products, whole grains, and organ meats.
(5). Almonds
Almonds little crunchy nut are great source of vitamin B2, vitamin E, magnesium, and zinc. Zinc has also been shown to fight some of the negative effects of stress, while vitamin E is an antioxidant that destroys the free radicals related to migraine and heart disease.
(6). Peppermint Tea
Make a tea from peppermint leaves to soothe nausea and vomiting. Peppermint is also soothing to the spirit and helps migraine sufferers relax. 
(7). Mint
Mint is well known for its aromatic flavor. If you add mints like peppermint and spearmint, your tea is not just well-flavored it’s relaxes your mind. It’s also an excellent combating agent for upset stomach.
(8). Massage
Everybody like a massage. People used massage to open blocked energy channels in order to improve health. Massage is the best way to relax tense muscles, reduce pain and improve blood circulation, which can all do wonders for the mind.
(9). Meditation
Meditation and deep breathing causes the body to release less stress hormones and in place boosts endorphins and other hormones associated with happiness and relaxation. That small amount of peace in your day can help you deal with or even release stress.
(10). Relaxation exercises
Deep breathing, relaxing to music, or using mental imagery can help people unwind and possibly help with headache too. Additional research is needed, however.
(11). Magnesium 
A diet high in magnesium may help to prevent all kinds of migraines, but the mineral seems to be particularly valuable for women who get menstrual migraines. The best foods for magnesium include spinach, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, Swiss chard, fresh amaranth, quinoa, sunflower seeds, brown rice, and whole grains. You can also try a diet supplement.
(12). Omega-3
Omega-3 fatty acids help reduce overall inflammation and help lessen constriction of capillaries in the head, a primary cause of migraine headaches. Eat fatty fish, olive oil, avocados, and flax seeds.
(13). Green tea
Natural green tea can relief stress. Green tea has been used for relieving migraine headaches, vomiting and diarrhea. 
Note: Pregnant women should not drink large amounts of green tea because the caffeine can cause miscarriage, slow the growth of the fetus and result in low birth weight.