If you rely on over the counter medications for headache relief, it might surprise you to learn that sometimes the water you take with the medication does more for your body than the pill itself. Tension headaches are often a common side effect of dehydration.
When you have a headache, your blood vessels enlarge, which causes the pain to intensify. Caffeine has vasoconstrictive properties which help to shrink enlarged blood vessels down to their normal size, restricting blood flow and lessening your headache discomfort.
Ginger root can help relieve the pain of an intense headache or migraine and can also alleviate some of the symptoms that come along with the pain. It is believed that ginger can block prostaglandins, those inflammation-triggering molecules that are partially responsible for headache pain.
Scientific evidences show that behavioral interventions like cognitive-behavioral therapy and biofeedback, can yield as much result as the traditional medicine used in the treatment of migraine.
Regular exercise can reduce the frequency and intensity of headaches and migraines. When you exercise, the body releases endorphins, which are your body's natural painkillers.
A massage can relieve both tension and migraine headaches. It releases tension from all the muscles in the body and is especially good for alleviating tension in the muscles in the head, neck, and shoulders.
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