How To Survive A Migraine?

I had my first migraine at the age of nine years old, when I was in 4th grade. I had a headache, nausea, and then I threw up in a department shop while shopping with my friend and her mother. Many of us suffer from migraines or headaches. I was there for many years. I learned how to get through the days and nights of constant nausea and headache pain. It was enough to stop my life from falling apart.


I don’t know what it was but I found that I loved to eat Pringles and drink ginger ale or water whenever I got sick. Headaches can often be caused by dehydration so I tried to drink fluids slowly. I repeat slowly. Ginger is a digestive aid that helps to calm the stomach. Although I didn’t eat many of the Pringles, the Salt from the Pringles was a great help. You can choose the foods and drinks that calm you down or soothe your stomach.

My childhood memories were of saltine crackers and pringles, but then I switched to them. To help you get rid of the pain, make sure you have a dark and cool place to retreat to. This environment is essential. I remember having headaches every time I went out. It would get worse until I got home.


Sometimes, the relief that comes from sleeping on cool, clean sheets can be all you need. I found that cooling my neck or patting my head on the sides of my head was a great way to get headache pain relief. Although I wouldn’t recommend putting ice directly on the skin, I have done it. Wrap it in a baggie and cover it with something.

Ice will last longer. If I don’t have ice, I can soak a washcloth with cool water and place it on my forehead or neck. This is very important. Your sister stops by to give you Advil, and your spouse with good intentions. After they have left, thank them and tell them to go back to their bedroom and let you sleep. This was the first method that worked for me to get migraine pain relief and headache relief. I didn’t do anything complicated.

Fresh Air

I would just focus on the pain that was coming out of my breathing. I would inhale fresh air and exhale the pain. It also calmed me down. To help me breathe out, I would also try to think of one word such as “calm” and “peace”. These tips should not be used as a substitute for seeing a specialist in migraines.

Sometimes, the OTC pain medication worked and sometimes it didn’t. Although the prescription strength medication I was given worked, it was always a concern about what it contained. I couldn’t take any pain medication after I became pregnant. I was left without any treatment for my headaches for more than a year. Ibuprofen didn’t work, but it was the only thing I could take during my pregnancy and after I had given birth to my second child. I also found that the above tips were not enough to get me through my migraines or headaches. They didn’t completely relieve my pain.


Since I was pregnant, I began to search for natural headache treatments that were safe for me and my baby. I found an all-natural, home-made migraine treatment that was easy to use. I no longer have headaches, and I know how to manage them quickly. Please let me know if you have any questions about my experience dealing with migraines. It can be a great way to relieve tension and help you find new solutions.


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