Migraines/Headaches? Topic: India research press
July 17, 2019 / By Georgeanna
Question: I do have a call into the doctor but as I impatiently wait , lol has anyone ever had the problem where they stand up and their head starts hurting really bad? Im prone to migraines that last days..but i've never had this before.
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Delinda Delinda | 7 days ago
There is no medicine for H/A OR MIGRAINE. Not only these but for almost all painful diseases. Hence they become chronic. Acidity, WORRY, excessive wind, cold , heat, sour food and sinusitis, constipation, intestinal inflammation; drug side effects, stress, bad smell, TV & COMPUTER SOMETIMES, Blockage in the flow of Vital Energy are their causes. None of them can be treated with medicine. Our 100% success in treating migraine &H/A confirms it. Acupuncture is the best treatment. I can treat it with naturopathy and YOG, but how can you manage pl see. Pain killers don't treat the pain but we loose the sense of pain for some time; in that duration our body itself treats sometime and credit goes to meds. Avoid late sleeping if possible; worry, spicy foods, sour fruits, stale bakery foods and alcohole. Sweet foods, COCOANUT WATER,sweet fruits, milk, rice, SPROUTS, SALADS and good sleep will help you. But you try one herbal remedy- two drops of drumstick leaves' juice in opposite nostril if one side pains and both nostrils if full H/A will give you rescue. Betel leaf helps but it is very strong. If it is acute pl search a painful point 3-6 mm behind your thumb nail and press it, H/A will disappear within 30 seconds. Source(s): SHREE SWASTHYAYOG TREATMENT, TRAINING & RESEARCH INSTITUTE R.H. 19, Jhulelal Society, Sector 2/E, Airoli, Navi Mumbai, INDIA.
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Delinda Originally Answered: What can be done about migraines caused by changes in temperature?
Its good that you have found out your triggers. However it might not only be a room temp issue. I have been dealing with sever migraines forever! I have been to diaticians, allergists, nuerologists, and much much more of never ending specialists. The most help I have gotten was from my Nuorologist. You should considering seeking care for your headaches via them. Explain what you notice, they will also ask you to keep a daily log, foods you eat, scents you smell, when you eat, when you smell the scents, pretty much anything and everything you will log onto paper. They will review your daily routines and help customize a treatment that best suits yor needs. They will also prescribe a medication to help prevent your migrains. As well as a pain reducer for when you get the onset of a migraine. If your pain is truely a migraine no over the counter product is going to kick it because your brain is not processing chemicals and it needs something available only via a prescription to reset it.
Delinda Originally Answered: What can be done about migraines caused by changes in temperature?
i used to be in the same situation before, i have migraine and when i have attacks, im useless. it's a good thing i spend most of my day in the house now. to answer your question.. when im moving from an air conditioned to someplace warm, i would stop and give myself 30 -45 seconds before entering the place. this gives my body a chance to adjust to the new room temp, thus preventing a sudden "head ache" that usually occurs when i rush from an airconditioned to a warm place and vice versa.. ps. i take excedrin for my migraine.. there really is no cure yet, so its more to alleviate the pain
Delinda Originally Answered: What can be done about migraines caused by changes in temperature?
Ask the boss what can be done about this...If its that bad try bringing a pack of headache stopping tablets to take if it gets bad...Also bring a jumper for the cold rooms and take the jumper off in the warm rooms

Delinda Originally Answered: Insomnia and Migraines are ruining my life, what can I do?
I am so sorry to hear that your mother is treating your condition like this. Migraines are serious enough without the Insomnia to make it worse! People who don't get migraines have no right to judge! You need to take your Mum out of the equation and make sure your school knows what's going on directly. Right....You've been through all the SLEEP meds, but what about the Migraines? Have you got to the bottom of that? Have you gone through all the migraine medications available? Have you tried using Imigran (Sumatriptain?). Speak to your doctor about it. It can be bought over the counter, but in some cases you can get injectable versions to use as the migraine comes on. My mother uses it, and I use a strong dose in pill form. Inject or swallow, then go to bed for a good lie down, even if you can't sleep! Have you considered a daily dose of Feverfew (a herbal remedy). You can buy it in pill form, or cut it from the garden and make tea/sandwiches with the leaves. Tastes a bit nasty actually...but what does Mary Poppins say? Just a spoonfull of sugar! Taken daily, it can help prevent migraines from occuring so often. Herbal remedies must be used carefully because they DO have active properties that can interfere with other meds! If you are on the contraceptive pill, for example. When I have a migraine, in immense pain, am dosed up, in bed and waiting for it to go the f*!K away...(and don't forget..vomiting!)...I use a Migrastick to relieve me. You might find them online? It's a little vial of Lavender and Mint oil that REALLY soothes if you rub it into your temples, the back of the neck and across your forehead. If you have any sort of health-food/organic/herbal remedy store around, they may be able to help. It's not a super cure, but it is a great comfort. I also alternate hot and cold flannels on my forehead while pressing on my pressure points. Imigran (for me) helps break a Migraine cycle. Have you tried the Holistic approach to your Insomnia? I mean...cut out the medication, and listen to your inner hippy! I mean Meditation, Reiki, Massage, Reflexology, Acupuncture and all that stuff! I do speak from experience (As a bit of a hippy dippy myself!)..... There's no harm in getting yourself RELAXED... Can you afford a short break? Do you have a spa nearby you can afford to use for an afternoon? Maybe a buddhist retreat that does weekends for people to find some peace? Do you go to Church/Mosque/Temple etc? Anything like that might help! My migraines come on AFTER I've been stressed. On my days off work, or after an emotional event is all sorted out. What's your trigger? What foods bring yours on? Classic migraine inducers include... Cheese. Citrus fruit, Tomatos, Caffeine, Wine (even a little bit), Chocolate (Especially chocolate!) Bananas..... All of these put my Mum and I out of action for at least 24 hours. Find your trigger foods! Also..and I hate to say it...Maybe cut down on the computer and TV screens for a while? Do you need glasses? It's amazing what the right lenses can do for a migraine! I really hope any of this helps. If you know all this already,then at least you know there are others like you! Sorry if I'm just rattling off stuff you already know.
Delinda Originally Answered: Insomnia and Migraines are ruining my life, what can I do?
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Delinda Originally Answered: Insomnia and Migraines are ruining my life, what can I do?
I guess keep trying different meds, see a therapist, try CBT therapy. What meds have you tried? Most ssris have side effects,. The most part they give people amitriptyline. Lexapro is def the best antianxiety SSRI med for sleep. Stay away from antipsych medication like seroquel that is known to help sleep issues, it will only make your problem worse. cuz u are not in a state of psychosis where u would need those type of drugs. Amitriptyline is a good drug, or gabapentin or topamax. Valium is also helpful, although doctors don't prescribe that as much anymore. If the ssri drugs give u side effects like tension headaches, or they don't work. You could try botox, i think it is between 250-500$. It's not a matter of toughness if it is debalitating and changing how you function.

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