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A Few Simple Herbal Remedies For Headache

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26 July, 2011

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A Few Simple Herbal Remedies For HeadacheHeadaches are probably one of the most common problems that people of every age suffer from. But why is it that headaches are growingly becoming more frequent? Doctors associate headaches and their frequency to the amount of stress and tension that has overcome our lives.

Spending hours in front of the computer, not eating your meals on time, straining the eyes and your body, lack of sleep and insomnia are some of the most common causes for headaches. If you do not suffer from migraine and other health ailments, then it is best that you opt for safe and natural ways to get rid of headache rather than simply pop pills every time you have a bout of headache!

Simple Herbal Remedies For Headache

Mint is often found to be a simple and easy way to rid yourself of headache. Simply take some mint oil and rub it on your forehead and lie down. A calm and quiet atmosphere is necessary to get rid of your headache. Rest for some time and you will find that the therapeutic fragrance of the mint oil will refresh and rejuvenate you and you will no longer feel exhausted.

People in India find great relief from headache by making fresh sandalwood paste and applying it on the forehead. If you have fresh sandalwood available then make a thick paste of it and apply it in light circular motions on your forehead. Especially if your headache is caused by frequent acidity then this is a great herbal remedy for you.

Eucalyptus oil is said to be a great soother for strained nerves and headaches. If you have a bad headache then you must take some good quality eucalyptus oil and pour a few drops of it in a pot of boiling water. Now after the water is ready inhale the steam infused with the eucalyptus oil and you will find relief. If you can create an atmosphere of peace and calm then it will easier for you to get rid of the headache.

Cloves are said to be excellent  against headache. If you are at home then you can take 4 to 5 cloves and make a paste of it with a few drops of water. Apply this paste to your forehead and rest for sometime by shunning away any noise or distraction. It is found useful by many.

Rosemary is also a great herbal remedy for headaches especially when you have a cold and a blocked nose. Drop a few sprigs of rosemary herb in a pot of water and let it boil for some time. Then inhale the steam of this concoction and watch your headache go away like a dream!

Coriander seeds are also used by the practitioners of ayurveda to treat headache resulting from stress and tension. The method is the same as the other forms of steam therapy. Take a few coriander seeds and boil them with water. Then pour them in a jug and place a towel over your head and inhale the scent to rid yourself of headache.

The essential oil of lavender is very often used for aromatic treatments for rejuvenating your body and mind. But did you know that it can be vey effectively used to treat headaches as well. If you have the essential oil of lavender at home then tale a few drops of it and apply it on your temples. If possible ask someone at home to massage your temples with the oil and you will find relief.

A Few Simple Herbal Remedies For Headache

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Inhaling herbs as you know is a great way of getting rid of headaches naturally. However if these herbs are not available at home then what do you do? Ginger is a great way to get rid of headaches as well, and it is very easily available in most households.

Ginger is the most versatile of all herbs and can be used in a vast array of ailments safely! Simply cut some rough pieces of ginger and put it in a pot of boiling water and inhale the steam! It is a quick and easy way to get rid of headaches!

Other Easy Ways To Get Rid Of Headaches At Home

Many people have also found lemon to be soothing for headaches. Especially the rind can be easily used for seeking relief from headache. Take the rind of the lemon and make it into a fine paste and apply this paste lightly on your forehead.

If your headache is a result of stress from work and tension then a hot bath is a great way to relieve headache! Prepare the bath nicely. You can add aromatic candles and play soothing music and take a bath with some warm water. If available add your favorite essential oils so that your senses are relaxed.

This way all your tension and stress will be eased and your muscles will be relaxed thus, you can say bye bye to your headache! Alternately you can get rid of tension and stress headaches by soaking your feet in a tub of warm water. Add some sea salts and you will be good to go! While the water is still warm you can try meditating or relaxing and you will feel great after this simple hot water therapy!

Apple is a remedy for almost anything! If you have a problem of continuous and chronic headache then it is best that you start your day with a healthy apple! Adding a little salt might be useful for keeping your headaches at bay! Many people find relief from headache by drinking herbal tea.

In your regular tea, you can add some fresh ginger or cinnamon or even chamomile to soothe your nerves and relax your senses. It is highly effective especially for people who enjoy drinking tea! Valerian root is also a great herbal remedy for treating bad bouts of headache! Add some valerian root to your tea for fast relief from headache.

What You Should Avoid If Prone To Headaches

Do not go out in the sun without wearing your sunglasses. It can trigger bad headache in many. You must avoid drinking if prone to headaches as it can alleviate your condition. Avoid eating spicy food for dinner as it can hamper your sleep. If you have eyesight problems then go for an eye checkup at regular intervals. It can be a major cause for headaches.

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