One of the most common health issues is headaches. They can be very different types, therefore, you would need to find the trigger of the pain, if you want to cure your headache.

There are times when they come due to dehydration and fatigue, however, they can sometimes be triggered by grave health problems.

Dr. Sakib Qureshi MD, who is a famous neurologist claims that headaches are often manifested by ‘red light warning signals.’ Thus, if you want to recognize the danger, you need to learn the symptoms between common headaches and those that present bigger problems.

What is usually used to help in these types of situations are painkillers. However, they sometimes come with side-effects.

Thus, we are here today to present you with 4 of the most common types of headaches and the natural ways to treat them.

Most Common Headaches and How to Naturally Treat Them

Tension Headache

This headache is the most common one. It usually happens due to stress that contracts the muscles of the scalp and neck.  You feel it as a constant pressure or pain at the temples, or in the back of the head and neck. Moreover, you might feel a radiation pain above and below the eyes as well. This can lead to vomiting and nausea.

How to treat it: Just mix some peppermint oil and ginger tea to relieve the tension headaches. Then, add peppermint oil to the hairline in order to soothe the head and neck muscles. The ginger tea, on the other hand, can help in relieving the inflammation.

Cluster Headache

Cluster headaches occur to women more than men. You can feel them over one eye and they can happen in a cycle or in a group. The pain is more sudden and intense and usually followed by a nasal congestion, a watery eye or a runny nose. There is not a specific cause for this, however, this headache is an activated nerve pathway in the base of the brain.

How to treat it: Just put some capsaicin cream to the nostril in order to create a barrier of the nerve pain signals.

Sinus Headache

This type of a headache happens due to an infection which can lead to intense pain and pressure on the cheeks, eyes, and forehead and a fever follows it as well.

How to treat it: drink a lot of liquids, including warm water which will relieve inflammation and it will open up the sinuses.

Furthermore, you need to also consume oranges and foods that are rich in vitamin C due to the fact that it is full of antioxidants and it can fight infections. Also, you can use fresh ginger because it has potent anti-inflammatory properties. Just apply cold and hot compresses and it will help immensely.

Migraines

Anyone can suffer from a migraine. However, the people most likely to are the ones between the age of 25-55.

A migraine is a complicated headache. It is manifested by intense, severe, throbbing pain on only one side of the head. It is also followed by nausea, numbness and tingling in the face, dizziness, vomiting, visual disturbances, extreme sensitivity to light, smell, touch and sound.

All of the symptoms move from the top of the head downwards.

How to treat it: Just optimize the levels of magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin B12. Moreover, try some aerobic exercise due to the fact that it can prevent migraine attacks even more than usual medication can.

Good luck!

Sources:

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One of the most common health issues is headaches. They can be very different types, therefore, you would need to find the trigger of the pain, if you want to cure your headache. There are times when they come due to dehydration and fatigue, however, they can sometimes be triggered...