Maybe each of us experienced any painful sensations in the head at least once in life.

There is a wide variety of headaches, which differ in duration, severity, type of pain and localization.

Migraine was recognized as one of the most common headaches.

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In the majority of cases those, who suffer from migraine, experience so-called aura – symptoms, which come before or together with throbbing pain on one side of the head.

Wavy and blurred vision, bright spots, weakness, tingling, jerking in the muscles and hearing different noises refer to the most common aura signs. They usually increase bit by bit and may last up to 60 minutes.

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Migraine attack follows the aura and becomes apparent in pulsing headache, nausea, vomiting, lightheadedness and increased sensitivity to light, smells and sounds.

Exact causes of this severe headache stay still unknown. Specialists say that genetic predisposition plays a significant role in this problem.

Actually women suffer from migraines three times more often than men.

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It was found that hormonal fluctuations, poor diet, stress, alcohol (particularly wine) and certain medications may trigger migraine attacks.

The good news is that you're able to alleviate unpleasant symptoms of this disorder in natural way. Let's see, what you can do to get rid of migraine pain:

#1 Use hot and cold – apply ice packs or/and heating pads to relieve muscles’ tension and to decrease intensity of the pain.

#2 Drink coffee – caffeine was recognized as effective migraine-killer, when taken in small amount. But be aware that drinking too much of caffeinated beverages may conversely trigger or worsen your headache.

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#3 Review your menu – both overeating and skipping meals may contribute to the development of migraine. Moreover experts found that certain foods such as aged cheese, salty products and chocolate can start pulsing aches, nausea, blurred vision and other symptoms. Find the triggers and eliminate them from your diet in order to prevent migraine attacks.

#4 Try relaxation techniques – stress is one of the leading causes of migraine pain. Learn to cope with it, using deep breathing, yoga, progressive muscle relaxation, Tai Chi etc.

#5 Inhale lavender oil – recent studies show that inhalation of lavender oil can relieve symptoms of migraine attack and speed up your recovery.

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#6 Try acupuncture – pressure on the specific points on your body may alleviate symptoms of migraine and some other disorders.

#7 Add magnesium – lack of this essential mineral may be a culprit of your migraine. Add more magnesium-rich foods like almonds, oats, cashews, milk, sunflower seeds and eggs to your diet or go for special supplements in order to satisfy your body's needs.

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#8 Be physically active – when doing exercises, your body releases special substances that don't allow pain impulses to reach the brain. Regular physical activity also helps you maintain healthy weight and reduce risks of numerous diseases in this way.

#9 Apply peppermint oil – menthol in the peppermint oil can calm your headache and ease nausea. Apply this herbal remedy on the forehead and temples to get the benefits.

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