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✔✔ Ultra Migraine ϟ Remedies ☤

✔✔ Ultra Migraine ϟ Remedies ☤ | senior seminar | Scoop.it

 

Are migraine attacks taking over your life? Tried everything, but the throbbing headache and nausea won't go away? Maybe you need a proven cure...


☤Seek a calm environment...

◉ Turn off the lights...

◉ Try temperature therapy...

◉ Massage painful areas...

◉ Drink a caffeinated beverage...


☤Sleep well

◉ Establish regular sleep hours...

◉ Unwind at the end of the day...

◉ Minimize distractions...

◉ Don't try to sleep...

◉ Check your medications...


☤Eat wisely

◉ Be consistent...

◉ Don't skip meals...

◉ Avoid foods that trigger migraines...


☤Manage stress...

☤Simplify your life... 

☤Manage your time wisely... 

☤Take a break...

☤Adjust your attitude... 

☤Let go... 

☤Relax...

☤Keep a migraine diary... 

☤Strive for balance...

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☤ Don't skip meals...

☤Take note of what you eat...


☤Spice it up...

The hot ingredient in red pepper, capsaicin, is a terrific painkiller and may help those who have migraines feel better during an attack. You do not need to include red pepper in all your meals. You can buy cayenne pepper capsules in health food stores.


☤Use chicken broth...

This is a great tool if you suffer from vomiting symptoms during your migraines. Take out the can, turn it right-side up, open it and pour out the broth. Chicken broth replaces needed electrolytes and helps relieve the vomiting symptoms and general weakness associated with migraines.



☤ Ice packs... 

Lie down and put an ice pack or cold compress on your head. Close your eyes while doing that. 


☤ Ice water...

Soak one or both of your hands in ice water for as long as you can tolerate it.While your hands are in the water, ball them into fists and open and close them repeatedly.

 

☤ It can have the same effect as a compress on your head.  Take riboflavin. 

 

☤ Take a bath with the lights off.

 

☤ Soak yourself face down (don't forget to come up for air) and just try and relax your body.

 

☤ Check your progesterone levels. 


☤ Use acupressure to momentarily relieve pain. 


☤ See your doctor... 

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☤ Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)...

Feverfew has been "rediscovered" by migraine sufferers, who are using the herb to blunt the sometimes crippling pain that accompanies their sudden and ill-understood attacks.

 

Scientists now know that feverfew contains chemicals that may prevent migraines.And the best news is that feverfew has few side effects.

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☤ Butterbur (Petasites hypridus)...

Unlike feverfew, this herb is toxic in any form but the processed supplement, says Mauskop.  However, its headache-preventing properties are equally impressive.

 

The chemicals in butterbur are thought to relieve spasms and decrease inflammation, which can cause headaches...

 

 

☤ Omega 3s...

A dose of these healthy fats can fight inflammation, which is a likely culprit in many headaches and possibly some migraines...

 

 

☤ Sniff Peppermint...

As anyone who gets headaches knows, certain smells can trigger the pain. But peppermint in particular seems to have pain-reducing effects...Rub it on the part of your head that hurts.

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☤ Keep yourself Hydrated...

 ☤GingerThis spice is well-known for being friendly to upset stomachs, and it can ease migraine-related nausea, too...  ☤ Meditation... ☤ Regular Exercise... ☤ Cool Down -- And Warm Up...http://huff.to/OhxQOT  ;

☤ Tying a headband around the head...

This has been done since ancient times, and he’s not sure how it came about, but some people claim it works. 

 

 

☤ CoEnzymeQ10...

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☤ Headache-relieving stretches can get at muscle tension that contributes to pain. Add them to your workout or use them when a headache looms.


☤ Biofeedback...

Biofeedback uses electronic sensors to monitor body functions such as muscle tension, skin temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure. Data are fed back to the patient through sounds or computer images. The goal is to teach people how to control bodily responses—easing tight muscles, for example—to prevent headache pain. 


☤ Stretching...


☤ Aerobics...

Regular aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking, biking, or swimming, can reduce migraine intensity and frequency, according to the National Pain Foundation.


☤ Yoga...


☤ Avoid nitrates and nitrites...

It is recommended to avoid headache-inducing substances, including nitrites and nitrates in processed meats and monosodium glutamate (MSG) used in foods as a flavor enhancer. Some heart medicines also contain nitrate...


☤ Botox?!...


☤ Trans-cranial magnetic stimulation...

Delivering magnetic pulses to the brain may become a useful therapy for zapping migraines, research suggests. A recent study found that when patients treated a migraine with transcranial magnetic stimulation, they got better relief than those who treated their pain with a placebo device. 

 

 

☤ Electrode implants...

People with intractable headaches may one day rely on electrodes implanted in the neck or brain to provide pain relief. 

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☤ Willow (Salix spp.)...

Willow extract, salicin, was used in the development of aspirin, the well-known over-the-counter pain reliever, fever reducer, and anti-inflammatory drug. 

 

☤ Valerian (Valeriana officinalis)...

Valerian is native to Europe and Asia, and is now commonly found in North America. Use of valerian traces back to ancient Greece and Rome from the time of Hippocrates.

 

A few centuries later, it was recognized as a remedy for insomnia. In the 1500s, Valerian was known as “all-heal,” as it was used to treat a multitude of ailments including headaches, heart palpitations, tremors, and anxiety. Valerian later became a popular anti-anxiety herb...

 

☤ Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis)...

Hailing from the same family as carrots, parsley, and celery, Dong quai root has been used as a spice, tonic, or medicinal cream for more than 1,000 years in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean medicinal practices...

 

Modern uses often mix it  with other herbs to treat headaches, fatigue, inflammation, and nerve pain...

 

 

☤ Lavender Oil (Lavandula angustifolia)...

Known for its sweet smell, lavender oil (made from the flowers of the lavender plant) is highly fragrant and has long been used to perfume hygiene products. Lavender is indigenous to the mountainous regions surrounding the Mediterranean, but is now widely grown throughout Europe, Australia, and North America 

 

☤ Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)...

Native to the Mediterranean region, rosemary has long been used as a culinary seasoning and medicinal herb. Historical medicinal uses include the treatment of muscle and joint pain, memory and concentration difficulties, nervous disorders, and circulatory problems...

 

More recently, it’s been used as an alternative treatment for migraines and liver ailments...

 

 

Lime  (Citrus aurantifolia)...

Lime tree is widely grown in tropical and subtropical areas and its edible acid fruits. The tree seldom grows more than 5

 

Linden, also known as lime tree or Tilia, is a tree whose blossoms were used in medicinal teas in both European and Native American cultures. The plant has been used to to calm nerves and ease anxiety, tension, and inflammatory problems, among other issues. The blossoms can also be used in tinctures, liquid extracts, and capsules (UMMC, 2011).

 

☤ Raw Potato Cuttings...

Country folk medicine has anecdotally supported the use of thick slices of raw potato in calming migraine pain. Traditionally, the slices are cloaked in a thin cloth and wrapped around the head or rubbed directly on the temples to ease tension and pain...

 

 

☤ Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana)...

Native to Europe, horseradish has been used in medicinal folk remedies as an oil extract or in dried or fresh root form for many centuries...

Its ability to narrow blood vessels may aid in treating migraines; however, no clinical trials support the use of horseradish for migraines.

 

 

☤ Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica)...

Native to Asia, the Japanese honeysuckle started taking root in North America in the 1800s. It’s been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat infections, wounds, fever, colds, inflammation, sores, viral, and bacterial infections. It is suggested that this plant provides a cure for migraine.


☤ Mullein (Verbascum)...

Since ancient times, people in Europe and Asia have been using mullein for medicinal and other practical purposes, from treating inflammatory conditions to spasms, diarrhea, and migraines...

 

The leaves and flowers can be used for extracts, capsules, poultices, and dried preparations. Tinctures of the plant are used in modern homeopathic therapies for migraine treatment (Georgetown University Medical Center, n.d.). 

 

☤ Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)...

Believed to be named after the Greek mythical hero, Achilles, yarrow has historically been used to heal wounds and slow blood loss...

 

More recent folk remedies have used yarrow to relieve colds, flus, coughs, and diarrhea (National History Museum, n.d.).

 

 

 

☤ Teaberry (Gaultheria procumbens)...

Teaberry, popularly known as wintergreen, is native to eastern North America (Missouri Botanical Garden, n.d.).

 

This edible plant, made famous by Teaberry gum, has long held a place in folk medicine for its anti-inflammatory properties (Hoffman, 2003). It can be used to make teas, tinctures, and oil extracts, that are proposed to be effective in fighting migraine... 

 

 

☤ Common Hops (Humulus lupulus)...

Native to Europe and western Asia, hops can now be found throughout North America. Once used as a food in ancient Roman culture, this flavorful plant also has significant medicinal properties...

 

Hops have historically been used to treat sleep problems, inflammation, infections, neuralgia, fevers, cramps, spasms, and anxiety—among a wide variety of other conditions...

 

 

☤ Betony (Stachys officinalis)...

Known as chickweed, this perennial herb can be found throughout Europe and Asia, and has been used as a medicinal plant since classical times.

 

The plant has traditionally been used to relieve headaches and facial swelling and pain... The leaves can be used as a juice, poultice, or ointment.

 

 

☤ Evodia (Evodia rutaecarpa)...

The deciduous tree is a native to China and has been used in Chinese medicine since the 1st century AD.

 

Traditionally, evodia has been used to treat abdominal pain, headaches, diarrhea, and vomiting. Chinese studies have shown that the fruits of the tree reduce blood pressure... This plants is recommended in migraine fighting...

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☤ Use Tea Tree Oil...

Massage it into tensed muscles. The oil helps you hands massage into the skin and will not only feel good but will really relieve the tension and migraine. 



☤ Use vinegar...

If you can't take anything strong, soke a washrag in vinegar and lay the washcloth on the part of head that hurts the worst.


Allow the vinegar to seep into your skin. Allow up to 30 minutes for best results.


☤ Avoid smoking ☠ and Alcohol ☠.


☤ Cabbage...

A cabbage compress can relieve the pressure of the migraine. Just take several cabbage leaves and make a compress and lay on your head...


☤ BioFreeze ❅...

This is a product you want to keep on hand. As soon as you feel the migraine coming, put some BioFreeze directly on your neck and back. The relief is amazing.



☼ Golden Rule ☼

Be Proactive  As soon as I feel a migraine coming, I will drink hot tea, get a head massage, and start taking ibuprofen.  Remember that migraines can be overcome.

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► Check with your GP/Doctor for the use of the over the shelf ibuprofen. This pain killer must not be taken on an empty stomach.

 

 

☤ Super Bonus ☤ Brain Entrainment ☤

Findings to date suggest that BWE is an effective therapeutic tool. People suffering from cognitive functioning deficits, stress, pain, headache/migraines, PMS, and behavioral problems benefited from BWE. However, more controlled trials are needed to test additional protocols with outcomes.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18780583



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☛ 18 Signs You're Having a Migraine ☈

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Paula Richardson's curator insight, August 28, 2015 12:22 PM

I know a lot of people who suffer with migraines.  I hope this helps all of you.

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High School Athletic Trainers Key in Concussion Management - Athletic Business

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Athletic trainers are teach to evaluate the endurance of a athletic and they also use techniques like massage therapy. 

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Athletic trainers in action at local sporting events - The Review

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In my latest column for The Post and Courier, I discuss the importance of athletic trainers and why every school should have access to them. ...

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athletic trainers do so much but they are nothing on the sideline. They unquestion wheather you should continue the game or just sit out.

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Jaclyn Johnston's comment, March 12, 2013 7:53 PM
Athletic trainers are not only "first responders" to incidents, but they also have the ability to create emergency action plans, keep a close eye on the field and everything around it, teach others about injury prevention, keep athletes up and ready to go for games and practices, talk with doctors about injuries,performing rehab for players, and they get to be a part of saying when an athlete is able to come back to the sport after an injury.
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