Aromatherapy Treatment for Migraine
Since the sense of smell is altered and often heightened during a migraine, aromatherapy is definitely best used between attacks use at the use at the earliest stage ofa migraine only if the smell is tolerated. A central featured of the natural approach to migraine is to distinguish between a ; hot migraine, where the blood vessels are dilated and a cold migraine, where there is excessive constriction of the blood vessels. In first type a cold or perhaps just cool compress across the forehead will give relief and oils of Peppermint or Lavender can be used. For cold types of migraine hot compress on the forehead or back of the neck may help using Marjoram.
Herbalism Treatment for Migraine
Catching the migraine early gives the best chance of success (otherwise try to use these infusion regulary, as a preventive).Choose from the following:
Chamomile ( Chamomila recutita): for dull throubbing headache with feeling of queasiness-add little Ginger (Zingiber officinalis) to relieve more severe nausea.
(Chrysantbemum partbenium): an excellent remedy taken daily to prevent the cold type of migraine where there is a sense of a tight band around the head. This is widely available in tablet form as well.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis): Good where stress is a trigger for migraines and where local warmth gives relief.
Causes of Migraine Treatment:
A migraine can be triggered by all sorts of factors: hormone changes stress stuffy atmospheres noises smells and certain foods arewell known triggers.Repeated attacks call for professional help; self-help treatments should be largely used as preventive measures.
Homeopathy Treatment for Migraine
During an attack try one of these
Kalibich: for an intense headache preceded by a loss of vision and nausea made worse in hot weather.
Natrum muriaticum: for a severe pounding heacache with zigzags is front of the eyes nausea and a pale face.the migraine may also be triggered by menstruation.
Silica: for pains spreading from the back of the neck over to theeye usually right- sided, and often vomiting.
Naturopathy Treatment for Migraine
Diet needs to belooked at carefully try to avoid tea coffee alcohol especially red wine red meat cheese, chocolate tomatoes and eggs. Eat plenty of fresh raw salads and drink lots of fluid as as dehydration can be a factor.Try taking a Vitamin B supplement daily and see if this helps to reduce attacks.in between attacks exercises to relieve tension in the neck and shoulders can be useful and also massage of these areas