7 Ways to Get Rid Of a Migraine Without Medicine

7 Ways to Get Rid Of a Migraine Without  Medicine

It's really disturbing when the headache comes suddenly because it can disturb our daily activity and it's even worse if you can't sleep because of this. Consuming a lot of drugs may be harmful for your body so there are some natural remedies you can try below.

1. Drinking Water.
Image source : accordclinical.com

When your headache attacks, try drinking a lot of water. In some cases, headache may be caused by dehydration. So drink plenty of water and wait for a while, usually the headache will be gone slowly.

2. Eat Watermelon Fruit.
Image source : typeset-beta.imgix.net

If the headache you feel is caused by dehydration, eating watermelon may be the first aid. Watermelon is rich in water content that can be powerful enough to overcome dehydration and headaches.

3. Compress the head with ice.
Image source : ehealthyblog.com

You can lower the blood temperature by compressing ice cubes (wrapped in small towels) in the thin bone of the head. This may be one of the right ways to relieve dizziness or headache.

4. Drink a glass of coffee.
Image source : telegraph.co.uk

In some cases, headache is caused by swollen blood vessels. The content of caffeine in coffee can help overcome the swelling that makes blood vessels back to normal. But if you're not used to drinking coffee or having an ulcer problem, this one might be less recommended.

5. Massaging the head with Peppermint Oil.
Image source : ohsimply.com

Peppermint oil is believed to facilitate the flow of blood. Massaging the headh with peppermint oil may be one way to smooth blood flow in the brain. So the dizziness or headache can disappear slowly.

6. Consumption of Spicy Food.
Image source : i0.wp.com

Try spicy foods when you're dizzy or headache. Capsaicin content in chili is believed to help relieve dizziness or headaches in a short time.

7. Drink Ginger Tea.
Image source : healthline.com

Ginger has anti inflammatory content that can help relieve pain. When you feel migraine or headache, try drinking ginger tea to ease it.