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    9 Natural Ways For Getting Rid Of Migraine At Home

    Migraine is a chronic disorder characterized by the occurrence of mild to severe headaches that are often associated with symptoms of autonomic nervous system. Migraine is a type of headache that is very annoying, especially if you're working or doing other important activities. Migraines often reduces work productivity due to the pain. Migraines can be caused by various factors, including hormonal factors, dental pain, lack of sleep, stress, and many other factors.

    Migraine generally suffered by women. According to a research, 30% of women around the world are more prone to migraines than men who only reaches 20%. Migraine disease is one of recurrent disease, meaning that can arise anytime and anywhere. For that reason, be careful when taking chemical drugs to cope with this disease, because it can get you into dependency.

    Signs and symptoms of migraine such unilateral headache (only half of the head), throbbing, and lasts for 2 to 72 hours. The symptoms are also accompanied, among others, nausea, vomiting, photophobia (more sensitive to light), phonophobia (increasingly sensitive to noise) and more intense pain when doing physical activity. About a third of migraine sufferers experience aura headache: a kind of visual disturbance, sensory, speech, or motion / motor is a sign that the headache will soon appear.

    There are many medications with or without prescription that can help alleviate some of the symptoms of a migraine, but there is no medicine that can cure migraines. But there are several ways to overcome migraines without taking medication.

    1. Blood sugar levels: Decrease in blood sugar levels can trigger a migraine because it leads to glucose which is released into the bloodstream, causing blood pressure to rise. Eat regularly every four hours and not more than 12 hours overnight without food. Choose foods with a low glycemic index, such as fruits and vegetables, low-fat yogurt and cheese. Avoid high glycemic index foods such as white bread, pastries, sugary drinks and candy.

    2. Hydrotherapy: Hydrotherapy is a therapeutic technique using water. To treat migraine try enter both your feet into cold water and place a warm cloth on your neck. This way can help blood flow from head to toe. You also can take a shower with warm water in order to reduce strain on the neck and back.

    3. Consuming foods rich in magnesium: Several studies have shown that magnesium deficiency is one of the originators of the onset of a migraine. Therefore, eat foods rich in magnesium to prevent and reduce complaints of migraine that can appear suddenly. Our body can not make its own magnesium, for that we need to consume foods rich in magnesium such as green leafy vegetables and nuts. Magnesium can relax the tension on the nerves, muscles and nerve impulses flow throughout the body and brain. consume magnesium at 200 to 600 mg per day may help prevent the onset of migraine.

    4. Drinking warm ginger tea: Another natural remedy that you can use to cope with migraines is to drink hot ginger tea. Ginger has been widely used by the Arabs, Indians and Chinese to treat migraines. Ginger acts as an anti-inflammatory that works by helping inhibit prostaglandin synthesis is a chemical compound that can trigger a migraines. If the migraines attack, try drinking warm ginger tea. Drink ginger tea can reduce the duration and severity. With peel and ginger cooked in water until boiling. Then insert one tea bag into boiling water brewed ginger, then filtered and ready to drink. To obtain maximum results, you can also mix a bit of honey, lemon, or milk.

    5. Chewing ginger: Chewing ginger can relieve nausea and digestive problems that tend to accompany migraine symptoms. Ginger can also block the effects of prostaglandins, which are substances that can cause inflammation of the blood vessels in the brain and trigger a migraine. 

    6. Increase your serotonin levels: Studies have shown low levels of serotonin in migraine sufferers. Eat protein-rich foods such as chicken, turkey, eggs, dairy products, bananas, dates, wheat, rice, nuts and seeds to increase serotonin levels.

    7. Consuming foods rich in Vitamin B2: Vitamin B2 efficacious to relieve migraines. Foods that contain vitamin B2 as meat, yogurt, cheese, milk, eggs, liver, green vegetables (asparagus, broccoli, spinach), and nuts. Vitamin B2 is able to act as aspirin is efficacious for treating headaches. Consuming vitamin B2 (riboflavin) regularly for 3 months as much as 400 mg per day may reduce the risk of migraines by 50%. To get vitamin B2 can also take supplements of vitamin B2 can be found in the market. Studies suggest that supplementation of vitamin B2 may help reduce the frequency and severity of migraines disease. Supplements of vitamin B2 include safe and may be consumed by pregnant women.

    8. Drinking coffee: For some people, caffeine content in coffee can help calm state of the body, as well as eliminate migraine pain. Some medications are also commonly used ingredients of caffeine. But you should know, if you consume too much coffee, then you are likely to be addicted to coffee.

    9. Drink plenty of water: Dehydration can also trigger migraines. Tissue around the brain consists of water, so that when the fluid loss, the tissue will shrink, and cause irritation and pain. Drinking between 1 and 2 liters of water a day can reduce the severity, duration and frequency of migraine attacks.
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