A headache that doesn’t let up is the worst. I suffered from migraines as a child, but I am glad I have since gotten over them. Migraine headaches are among the most severe. They can cause stomach cramps, vomiting, and sensitivity of light and sound. In the 1960’s, migraines could be treated by simply sleeping in a dark, quiet place with a few aspirins if you had stomach problems.
Although they are not as severe as migraines, I still experience headaches. I often feel a dull or sharp pain in the area of my forehead and right eye. These unpredictable pains make it difficult to sleep, irritable, and discontent. Most of the time, a few over-the-counter painkillers and an hour’s kip will suffice. But, not always.
Thanks to some research and a little help, I have been able to reduce the number of headaches that I get. Here are some preventative measures to help you avoid headaches. First, I am often dehydrated and get headaches. This was something I didn’t know until a doctor pointed it out to me. We often ignore the body’s request for fluids. The colour of your pee will tell you how dehydrated you are. The more orange your pee is, the more fluid you will need.
Drinking plenty of fluids is a great way to prevent dull headaches. You should also be aware of your tendency to get excited. Some people are happy about something, while others, like myself, get excited about everything. This can also lead to headaches. I just try to be aware of the joyous events in my life and pay attention to my mental state.
It will help you balance your moods. With a little practice, it’s possible to avoid the extreme emotions that can cause headaches. Once you have throbbing headaches, prevention is useless. Let’s now discuss some headache remedies.
I assumed everyone gets headaches, and assumed the doctor would be too busy with real illnesses to care about my irritation. Wrong! It’s true! Headaches can be very severe and you should seek professional help if you have them often.
Alternative and natural headache remedies are also being tested, which can include everything from Chinese herbs to massage. You can find lots of information online about these and other headache remedies. You can prevent headaches by learning relaxation techniques and drinking lots of water.
Prevention is better than treatment, but you must treat them if they aren’t prevented. Don’t suffer in silence, and don’t take too many pharmaceuticals. Seek professional help if you have headaches that are persistent.