A. Grass and concoction because of a headache
Naturally, the reasons for causing headaches are quite numerous and it is not always possible to tolerate pain. It should be noted that enough headaches often can indicate a disease such as:
- In migraines, headaches often occur and painful seizures can be so severe that one cannot endure pain and try to eliminate them in all possible ways.
- During pregnancy (especially at an early age), headaches are too general, and this is due to the fact that it is difficult for the body to adapt to change
- In cases of stress and severe fatigue, headaches usually do not take long. However, it is important to remember that in this case, it is enough just to deal with pain without medication, and with the help of ordinary herbal tea and good rest
- Quite often, headaches and illness appear in the first days of menstruation. In such cases, it is highly recommended to brew herbal herbs, drink them warm and lie down for a while;
- Osteochondrosis very often manifests headaches, but it should be noted that herbs and ingredients do not always help with this disease, because if the disease is ignored, it must be treated only under the supervision of a doctor
- The most frequent hormonal changes during pregnancy and menopause, and accompanied by severe headaches. During such a period, it is very good to take soothing herbal ingredients (mint, melissa, chamomile).
Of course, we have listed only a few reasons for headaches, but it should be noted that the concoction of headaches helps if they are taken at the right time, and do not remember them only during other seizure periods.
To deal with severe headaches, infusions and herbal ingredients, including chamomile, mint, calendula and many others. Today, you can already buy herbal supplements ready to use at the pharmacy, which can be easily thrown into a kettle and brewed, but let’s consider herbs that can be used to make tea:
- Rosemary is a medicine;
- red clover flower;
- St. John’s wort;
- dill seeds;
Cooking tea and herbs is quite simple. For this purpose,it is necessary to take 1-2 tablespoons of selected grass and pour 1-2 cups of boiling water, cook for 10-15 minutes, after giving the mixture to infuse for about 1 hour, and then you can take both 2-3 times a day before eating. It is important to note that such broth is good if you drink it regularly. Many people drink the infusion and the ingredients instead of tea, or several times a day before eating.
B. Relaxation methods to get rid of headaches
You can also use relaxation methods to get rid of headaches without pills and guillotine
- Carefully massage your little finger and thumb.
- Place a cold compress on your forehead or parade
- Remove the compress after five minutes and place the hot water bottle under the back of the head.
- Wash your head with hot water using a shampoo with a strong floral scent.
- Chew a pinch of dried ginger, swallow and drink cold water.
- Take some B vitamins.
Place two tennis balls on your socks and lie on your back with your head facing back. Place the socks under the back of the head so that the ball is on both sides of the head. Lie down for ten minutes like that.
C. Change The living way
Part from that a way to get rid of headaches for a long time and without drugs, but only by changing the way of life a little. Here are some tips from European paint therapists (anesthesia)
1. Don’t let blood sugar drop
Decreasing blood sugar levels is one of the causes of migraines, because it causes glucose to be released into the bloodstream, which in turn causes pressure to rise. Eat regularly every four hours. Fruits, vegetables, nonfat yogurt and cheese are the best foods to eat. Avoid foods like white bread, pasta, sweet drinks and sweets.
2. Control consumption of caffeinated foods
Caffeine can narrow blood vessels around the brain, causing migraines. More than 3 cups of powder or 5 cups that dissolve will cause problems. Try to reduce the amount, or switch to decaffeinated drinks. Remember that bitter chocolate is, of course, good for the heart, but also contains caffeine and is one of the products that triggers headaches.
3. Be careful with food additives
Additives such as sodium glutamate (contained in dissolved soup, dried tomatoes, canned meat), aspartame (sugar substitute), tartrazine (yellow coloring, used for carbonated drinks), Marzipans and cupcakes), sulfite (contained in wine), and sodium ben.