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Naturally Cure Your Headaches

by K. Brown / Oct 08, 2016 / category : headache / 10557 views
Naturally Cure Your Headaches

Taking the first steps… By now, you have probably arrived at the same conclusion that I came to a long time ago, that dealing with headache problems – no matter how severe the pain is – in an entirely natural manner if at all possible has got to make a great deal of sense.

But the first thing you must do is establish exactly what it is that causes your headache problem in the first place. If you can establish what the root cause of your problem is, then headaches naturally become less of a problem because if you know what the trigger is, you can minimize the frequency with which the trigger event happens or remove it from your life altogether.

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No doubt, some people can easily identify what it is that is causing them to suffer headaches but this does not apply to everyone. In fact, because almost anything you can think of could be a potential headache trigger, it can be extremely difficult to isolate exactly what it is that is setting off your attacks.

Hence, if you find yourself in a situation where you suffer headaches but don’t really know why, you need to start keeping a journal or diary so that over time, you can build up a clear picture of what it is that causes your problems.

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Rate the headaches that you suffer on a scale of 1 to 5 or something of this nature, with a 1 representing an ordinary, pain-free day up to a 5 where the pain is severe. Quite obviously, you want to focus more of your efforts on tracking down what causes you the most painful headaches and keeping a record in this way is one very effective way of help you to do so.

Either from the information that you have read of earlier in this book or from previous consultations with your medical attendant, you should have some idea of the kind of headaches that you are suffering, with the most likely possibility being that you suffer tension type headaches.

You have seen some of the most common causes of tension type headaches earlier in this book, so you should make a note of any occurrences that fall into any of those categories. For example, if you are faced with a stressful, high-pressure situation and your headache seems to come on fairly soon afterwards, you have a very clear indication of what your problem is.

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However, there really is no limit to the range of events and situations that can cause headaches, with food being one particularly obvious example. For some people, there are just certain foodstuffs that do not really agree with them, and one of the ways this ‘lack of agreement’ can be exhibited is through headaches.

Hence, write down what you eat at each and every meal time so you have an exact record of what you consumed just before the onset of your headache.

As mentioned previously, although many people will develop a headache within a matter of minutes or hours of a ‘trigger’ event or situation, this is not the case for everybody.

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In fact, some people will not develop a headache for a few days after a trigger event, although under normal circumstances, a headache will start to develop 3 to 12 hours after eating the wrong kind of food for example. Nevertheless, you may need to go right back over several days in your diary before you start to see a pattern emerging.

This is however exactly what you are looking for, a pattern of something happening after which you seem to develop headaches on a regular basis.

As I suggested earlier, once you can identify what it is that triggers your headache attacks, you can start doing something about it by removing that trigger from your life.

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For instance, if you manage to narrow it down to a particular food stuff, then avoid eating that particular food from here on in, or if there is some especially stressful event which seems to trigger your problem, see whether you can avoid that particular event as well.

Of course, it is not always going to be a viable or feasible to avoid everything completely. For example, if you’re headaches seem to be triggered by tensions at work, there is not much you can do to get away from those stressful situations completely unless you change your job (which may of course be an option worth considering if the problem gets too bad).

Nevertheless, even in this scenario, knowing the root cause of your problem is half the battle because armed with this knowledge, you can begin to do something about it. For instance, continuing with the previous example, if you establish that the primary cause of your headaches is stress in the office, you should consider taking up something which is going to help you learn to relax more.

Some people might choose to take up gardening or painting, whereas for other people, listening to music or reading a book might help them calm down.

Consider learning how to breathe slowly and deeply at those times when you’re stress threatens to get on top of you, and you can perhaps consider combining deep breathing exercises with yoga and/or meditation.

If you’re not in a position to expunge whatever it is that is triggering your headaches from your life, you need to teach yourself to deal with those triggers more effectively but you cannot do so until you know what they are.

As a general rule, applying moderation to your alcohol and caffeine intake is something that many headache sufferers find to be effective for reducing the severity of their problem whilst consistent sleep habits and eating regular meals can also be very helpful too.

Other fairly common tension type headache or migraine triggers are as follows:
• Allergic reactions. This can be a reaction to food or drink, or it may be something like a hay-fever style reaction to pollen;
• Loud noise, bright lights and certain smells or odors;
• Smoking or exposure to other people’s smoke.

So, the first thing to do is keep a journal so that you can identify the cause of your headaches before removing that cause from your daily life if possible.

However, there is no guarantee that this is going to work because some people, it is not going to be possible to isolate one single cause of the headache problem in this way. If this is the case, you may have to look for alternative answers.

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