Types of Migraine and Natural Relief Tips in Holiday Season.

What Are Migraines?
A recurrent throbbing headache, often in one side of the head, frequently accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound.

Headaches are among the most common afflictions. Fortunately, home remedies can significantly reduce their frequency and intensity, and even eliminate them.

What Are the Different Types of Headaches?

depending on the cause or location of the pain. The four main types of headaches are vascular, myogenic, cervicogenis, and chronic progressive headaches.

Vascular Headaches:

Vascular headache is a group of conditions that involve the dilation or swelling of blood vessels that cause headache pain. The blood vessels in the head become enlarged, distended and inflamed, which alters the normal pulsation of the vessels and leads to a throbbing pain that usually worsens with physical activity.

Myogenic Headaches:

Headaches appear to involve the tightening or tensing of facial and neck muscles, they may radiate to the forehead.

Cervicogenic Headaches:

When a headache is caused by a problem in the neck or cervical spine area, it is known as a cervicogenic headache. Cervicogenic type of headache can be a debilitating medical condition, having a very negative effect on quality of life.

Chronic Progressive Headaches:

Also called traction or inflammatory headaches, chronic progressive headaches get worse and happen more often over time. These are the least common type of headache, accounting for less than 5% of all headaches in adults and less than 2% of all headaches in kids.

Medication in Moderation

Guidelines to follow:

*Choose liquid over pills. Your body absorbs it faster.

*Take painkillers as soon as you feel pain. You’ll likely beat it with a smaller dose.

*Avoid drugs that contain caffeine or multiple ingredients. These are more likely to cause “rebound” headaches. This is what happens when you take medicines too often or for too long. They actually make your condition worse, not better.

Natural Tips for Migraine Treatment at Home:

  • Peppermint Oil creates a cooling sensation that relaxes the muscles in your head and neck which need to apply for hairline.
  • Crush up an inch of Fresh ginger root and add it to boiling water. This homemade tea reduces inflammation in about the same amount of time as it would take an aspirin to work.

These help for Migraine treatment at home.


Drug Free Relief  to Relieve from Headache Pain

* Exercise

* Massage

* Herbal Remedies

* Essential Oils

* A Cup of Black Coffee

* Foods That May Trigger a Migraine


Tips to Avoid Headaches during Summer Holiday’s

Stress and other headache triggers can be especially apparent during the holidays. The following tips help to avoid headaches / migraine at home during the holidays:

  • Maintain your sleep not less than 6 Hours. Forgoing sleep for holiday parties can worsen chronic headaches and migraines. Try to go to sleep and wake up at the same time each day.
  • Eat according to your regular meal schedule. While skipping a meal (i.e. intermittent fasting) is beneficial for many, it can trigger a headache in some people. Instead take fruits and juices.
  • Avoid “hangover” headaches. If you drink alcohol during the holiday season, be sure to do so only in moderation. And if you suffer from migraines, be aware that red wine is a trigger for many.
  • Watch what you eat. Many food-related headache triggers can be found at holiday parties. This includes chocolate, processed meats, aged cheeses, MSG, aspartame, and more.
  • Avoid fragrance triggers. Perfume, scented candles, and other odors can trigger headaches in those who are sensitive. Watch out for such fragrances while shopping, visiting friends and relatives, etc.
  • Be aware of bright lights. For some, bright Christmas lights, especially those that flicker, may trigger a migraine. If you’ll be around such holiday decorations, consider wearing sunglasses to dampen their effects.