Migraines and Headaches! Kills whole day and nights of 30 million people in USA, until they goes away. Here are 4 natural remedies to ease your suffering and get on with your daily routines.

Use warm or cold packs

Although there isn’t any sure science behind this many people say they don’t need to try anything else. Dr. Brian Grosberg, director of Inpatient Headache Program at Montefiore Headache Center in Bronx, N.Y. said that, It can have a distracting effect or placebo effect on the patient.

Tanacetum Parthenium Herb

A herb also known as feverfew, is been utilized for centuries for a remedy of migraines, headache, fever and as well as pain.

It contains compound that control expansion and contraction of blood vessels. Under migraine, your brain releases the neurotransmitter serotonin and your blood vessels get contracted.

Oils

Lavender Oils

Lavender oil can be either inhaled or applied topically. Add 2 to 4 drops with 2 to 3 cups of boiled water and inhale the lavender

Fish oil

There are few but hard evidence about fish oil helps widening blood vessels and treatment for headaches.

Pepper mint oil

Pepper mint oil when rub on the affected area that hurts, can also help to dilating the blood vessels.

Minerals

A selection of minerals like magnesium up to 400 to 600 mg. in daily meal is noted for reducing effects for migraines associated with menstrual and auras.

Vitamin B2

400 milligrams of vitamin B2 can also act as a preventative measures against headaches.

Additional tips

Eat ginger or ginger supplements and drink lots of water as dehydration may trigger headaches. Take caffeine in moderation as it can also restrict blood vessels and lessen pain.  Take your doctor’s suggestion before taking any natural remedy, especially if you are on other medication.