How to get rid of headaches?
If your headaches became regular, you need to get your endorphins released in order to stimulate the body`s natural painkilling ability. Here are some tips on how to get rid of headache, but it would better for you to have medical check as it may be very serious.
• Find a small groove in your skull near the center of your eye socket top. There is a nerve in the groove, which is very painful when compressing it. However it will help you to release endorphins immediately and that will stop your headache, as endorphins are even more powerful, than morphine. You should push the nerve up for 10 seconds until it will become too painful. Then just stop doing it.
• Take some food, sprinkle it with several teaspoons of cayenne pepper and swallow it. It won`t be harmful until cayenne will hit the stomach lining. When the pain comes, your brain will release endorphins to stop it.
• Try to use ice packs. Put it on your forehead or neck, as sometimes headache can be caused by tense neck muscles. If it is so, ice pack will help. Try to use moist hot pack, may be it will work better for you. But the water in it shouldn’t be too hot.
• Try to massage your neck, ear lobes and ears. Take 2 tennis balls, put them in a sock, then lay on the flat surface and place them just below our skull base on the occipital. Relax. This is the perfect method of sinus headaches treatment.
• Try to squeeze your hand bone between the pointer finger and thumb and put pressure for at least 10 seconds. It is quite painful, but effectively helps to reduce headache.
• Headache can also be alleviated if you will place 2 banana peels on your forehead and your neck.
• Cold bath will also help, but after you have taken it lie down.
• Try to sleep for at least half of an hour.
• To quite a bit you can try to massage the top of your nose bridge.
• Try medications. If the pain is too strong, take two tablets with a full glass of water.
• Drink a full glass of water, as dehydration can be the cause of your headache. You should drink 1.5-3 litres of water daily, if you are an adult.