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Do you have a headache? 6 ways to calm down without taking medication
Written by SOT.COM.AL 21 Maj 2022
Headaches have already become commonplace, so it is better to find natural ways to feel better than taking medication. Albeu.com shows you below what to do.
Many charts describe acupressure points on our ears as children in a fetal position, and there are many pressure points on our ears that correspond to different parts of our body. Applying gentle pressure to a spot placed just behind the earlobe can relieve headaches, and pressing the point into the upper center of the ear can relieve the tension that often accompanies migraines.
Although smoked foods certainly do taste good, you should avoid them if you suffer from headaches. Smoked foods are rich in histamine, a chemical found naturally in the body but can cause headaches in some people. Eliminating histamine-rich foods from your diet can help relieve frequent migraines.
Soothe the pain with a pack of cold gel
If your headache is so severe that you can barely get up, then applying cold or frozen compresses to your neck or head can help alleviate the annoying symptoms. Because it narrows blood vessels and reduces inflammation, applying a bag filled with ice or a pack of cold gel to the scalp can reduce migraine pain.
Many coffee lovers know that nothing can take away their morning headaches faster than a hot cup of the week. In addition to boosting your mood and helping you cope with the day, drinking coffee has been proven to have a positive effect on headaches. Just remember to drink a lot because withdrawal from caffeine can cause migraines instead of helping to alleviate them.
Staying active and exercising regularly is one of the best things you can do for your health, but if you are familiar with annoying headaches, you may want to be aware of the type of exercise you choose. Some high-impact activities, such as lifting heavy weights, can lead to a condition known as "weightlifting headache." Milder exercises, on the other hand, can be helpful when you suffer from migraines. For example, yoga can relieve tension in your body, which in turn lowers the risk of tension headaches.
Although nothing seems more convenient than putting your hair in a bun, it is better to choose loose hairstyles to avoid headaches. Holding hair in a tight ponytail can cause external compression on your scalp, leading to migraines.