Irritating Migraine

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Irritating Migraine

Managing MIgraine

Migraine is irritating. It causes a nuisance in one’s life when they come out of nowhere. They make the sufferers miserable whether they are out for groceries, working at home, or making an online video call at the workplace.

Their onsets are sudden; therefore, no one can predict when one will have a migraine attack. But keeping instant pain relief tablets would save your day if you are in such a situation.

We often hear that word migraine from our elders, friends, and colleagues but what exactly is this throbbing pain we cannot really know in terms of its real definition. 

Migraines are recurring or ongoing kind of headache. They cause moderate to severe pain that is throbbing or pulsing.

The pain is often on one side of your head. With the pain, accompanies many other symptoms that can create the patient helpless.

If you ever suffer from migraines that you may have other symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and weakness. You do not want to open your eyes due to the severity of pain, and bright lights elevate your symptoms. You may also be sensitive to light and sound.

Find a place to relax

Migraine starts with dull pain and gradually it becomes so severe.

To avoid this kind of situation it is always a good option to find a place to relax and unwind yourself before migraines become severe and you start feeling nausea or vomiting.

A relaxing place could be anywhere if you are at home then go to your room and try to relax yourself.

You can also start meditating while relaxing. Think of positive things that this pain will go away and you will be fine.

Put warm or cold packs on your forehead

If you want to get quick relief from your throbbing pain you can put a cold pack on your forehead. It will give you a soothing effect.

If you do not like cold compresses then hot packs are equally good in easing your pain and subsiding your symptoms.

Drink some caffeinated beverage

During the attack of migraine, caffeinated drinks like tea or coffee would be good. You can opt for any drink you like or which works for you.

Apart from taking coffee or tea, you can increase the intake of water also.

Sometimes, our body needs water when we are having migraines.

In worst cases, you can take a pain killer to avoid ending up throwing up.

Minimize stress from your life

The main trigger of migraine is stress. If you are living a rough patch in your life or having a troubling relationship with your spouse, or you might be worried about your job or you do not like to be booed around in your office then you will likely to bottle up your emotions and it leads to stress which leads of migraines later on.

In some sensitive people, sudden attacks of migraines are very painful and it happens when they take an excessive amount of stress or think about the same thing over and over again.

It is important to address the cause of the stress and remove it from your life in order to get rid of migraines at the first place, and improving your overall health and relationships in your personal life.

To release stress there are many yoga techniques and moves that help in releasing stress at the end of the day.

Sleep well at night

If you cannot sleep well at night then it will also become one of the reasons for your uncalled guest: migraine.

To avoid such painful headaches, it is always recommended to sleep on time, do not use your tablet or iPhone for longer periods of time before sleeping.

In fact, you should create a soothing and relaxing atmosphere in your room before sleeping. You can play sleep improving music from your podcast.

Dim the lights in your room before sleeping. And use the power of positive thinking to generate feelings of relaxation and control.

Find some time for exercise

If you keep sitting at work in front of your desktop then you need to take a break of ten minutes after every half an hour.

You can take a walk or just stroll around to stretch your head, neck, and shoulder muscles. Moreover, it will improve your blood circulation and also help you relax while at work.

After work, try to do at least 15 minutes of exercise daily or five times a day.

Exercising will release happy hormones in your body, and also help you release your stress levels.

You can do some beginner’s level of yoga steps, and breathing exercises to soothe your stiff muscles as well as your tired mind.

Expert advice

When your migraines start interfering in your life and making you feel weak and helpless then do visit your health care provider and get the treatment.

You can also read an article on Migraine at WebMd

About The Author

Rabia Shaukat

Rabia Shaukat is a person of many talents. Mostly she loves to write on various and diverse topics on life. Born & brought up and schooled in Lahore, now she currently resides in the United State of America (USA) with family.