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We found an awesome list of home remedies for headaches, courtesy of our friends over at Common Sense Homesteading. Many of these are ultra-simple and can be done by anyone.
It’s well known that pharmaceutical medications have the possibility of serious side effects and so I tend to see them as a last resort, rather than something to reach for out of habit. It doesn’t make much sense to make yourself ill while trying to make yourself better. Oh, and they also cost money.
Sometimes headaches are caused by illness and so this page isn’t intended to replace a professional medical evaluation – but one of the most common causes is simple dehydration. Other signs of dehydration to look for include tiredness, loss of focus and sudden irritability. In fact, I would say try this simple experiment: If you feel in a grumpy mood, drink some water and see what happens. Cheaper than pills, no side effects and might do the job!
One of the ten remedies listed was a surprise to me – it suggested sniffing a little cayenne pepper. Sorry, but this seems crazy. Has anyone actually done this and can attest to it?? Please let us know in the comments. I haven’t tried it I have to say, I would not advise this one under any circumstances. I can’t imagine anything other than pain as a result.
The other nine, I would consider sane. An additional one worth mentioning is to take a small amount of salt. Some migraine sufferers find this helpful. More here on that one: How To Stop Migraines With Salt
Ok here is the link to the list of 10 Home Remedies For Headaches: http://commonsensehome.com/home-remedies-for-headaches/
We’ve also collected several other pages on headaches and migraines; here’s a list:
18 Natural Remedies For Headaches
How To Make Your Own Natural Headache Balm
Top 10 Herbs For Migraines
How To Make An Herbal Tincture For Migraines
Top 20 Natural Painkillers In Your Kitchen
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