April 26, 2016, 19:08
Is it possible to get rid of a headache without resorting to pills? Yes, there are ways! Listen to our advice — the headache will subside, and the liver will not suffer.
Many of us are accustomed to coping with headache attacks with medication. But what to do when there are no pills at hand, there are contraindications to taking them, or you just don’t want to resort to chemicals once again? There are quite effective and safe remedies that can help relieve or, in any case, reduce the intensity of a headache. Our video clearly shows what you can do at home when your head starts to hurt. For example, it is correct to massage active points or use aroma oil. Watch and arm yourself!
If the cause of the headache is pressure
At low pressure a tight bandage of wet wool will help to cope with a headache — tie it right above the eyebrows.
At elevated pressure Mustard plasters placed on the back of the head, neck and calves help. Relief comes within minutes.
Home remedies for headaches
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Slices of fresh beets, applied to the forehead and temples, have a calming effect on the vessels of the brain and relieve headaches. The headache subsides if you smell the dried and powdered flowers and leaves of oregano. You can also smell a mixture of ammonia and camphor oil (50 ml each). Headache can be relieved by a copper hoop worn on the head.
Qigong exercises for the prevention of headaches
Exercise #1. Inhale, raise your arms (hands relaxed). As you exhale, press your chin to your chest until you feel tension in the back of your neck. And so 5 times.
Exercise #2. Take a deep breath, turn your body to the left. At the same time, raise your right hand, take your left back. Exhale and do the same on the other side. Repeat 5 times.
Exercise #3. While inhaling, squeeze your head with your palms. Stretch your legs, back is straight. Hold this position for a few seconds. Then exhale and relax your muscles. Repeat 5 times.
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