Since I have a headache today and I tend to get them quite often, I thought this would be a good day to share some ways that you can try to get relief from headache pain
Drink the tea that matches your headache
Or try this technique
This drink may be a yummy way to get headache pain relief
Apparently two glasses of Gatorade may be a good choice to relieve your pain
You could try simply resting in this position my help
And here are 7 more DIY headache cures that could be good to try.
These foods are said to fight headache pain
Crush it with cayenne. Dilute a ½ teaspoon of cayenne powder in 4 ounces of warm water. Soak a
cotton swab in the solution and stir it around to make sure it’s
covered-the powder can sometimes sink to the bottom. Apply the moist
swab gently to the inside of each nostril until you can feel the heat.
It may be a bit unpleasant at first, but take the burning sensation as a
sign that it’s working. When it subsides, your headache will hopefully
be wiped out, or at the very least better than before.
Find some feverfew: Add 1 ounce of fresh or dried feverfew flowers to 1 pint of boiling one. Steep for 10 minutes, and then strain. Drink half a cup twice a day as needed.
Apply an apple cider vinegar compress. Pour ¼ cup of apple cider vinegar into a large bowl, and then fill the
bowl halfway with boiling water. Place a towel over your head so that it
drapes over the bowl, trapping the steam, and hold your face over it.
Make sure your face isn’t so close that it gets burned by the steam. Do
this for 5-10 minutes, or when the water starts to cool down, breathing
in and out deeply the whole time. When you’re done, use the towel to pat
your face dry, and go drink a glass of cool water.
Place a cold or hot compress on your forehead and relax. At some
point, try switching to the back of your head, or the top, depending on
where the pain is concentrated. You can also try a cold compress at one
location and a hot compress on another, either on your head, or place
the hot compress on your shoulders if your headache is from tension.