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Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Natural cures for Migraine

Migraine is a severe recurring vascular headache occurring more frequently in women than men. It presents itself as a one sided headache; usually the sufferer feels a pounding disturbance as if just behind the eye - either left or right. The aching usually will be aggravated when one perceives bright lights, loud noises around him, or tries to bend over. Most migraine sufferers usually feel some kind of relief or solace in dark places – away from the light.

Migraine pains sometimes tend to switch from one side of eye to the other, or frequently occurring behind the same eye. Migraines are described as vascular headaches and theories abound as to the real or actual cause of migraines. But it is clear that the pounding pulsation that the sufferer experiences is as a result of the constriction and dilation of blood vessels. 



However, some researchers have also stated that this experience could be due to the fact that the patient may be lacking in the chemical found in the brain called Serotonin – a neurotransmitter that is involved in activities such as sleep and depression, as well as memory.
If you have been having problems emptying your bowel, that is to say you are constipated and having indigestion, then try taking more water. Take at least two and a half litres of water daily because accumulation of toxins as a result could be the cause of your problem. But you must be pleased to hear that there are a few available natural approaches to handling migraine even right there in the comfort of your home.