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Collection of natural and holistic remedies for preventing and recovering from headaches and migraines, including herbal and aromatherapy recipes.
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Tension headaches are the most common type of headaches, accounting for approximately 90 percent of all headaches experienced. The pain experienced is often general and bilateral, meaning that the pain occurs on both sides of the head, and in some cases the pain causes mild pain at the back of the neck and at the base of the skull.
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A headache is a characterized by aching pain or discomfort in the head, scalp, face or neck. Most headaches occur biologically outside the skull in the blood vessels, nerves, and muscles that surround the head and neck. When the muscles or
blood vessels swell, they put pressure on the nerves. The nerves in turn send pain messages to the brain, and the individual suffers from a headache.
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Physical symptoms such as a pounding headache, queasy stomach, dry throat, redness of the eyes, thirst and fatigue are characteristic of a hangover. In addition, you may also experience a rapid heartbeat, tremors, muscle aches and sweating. Mental symptoms such as dizziness, depression, irritability and anxiety are also common.
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Is there a connection between the food that you eat and headache? According to ancient holistic medicine such as Traditional Chinese Medicine and Indian Ayurvedic Medicine, there is. In addition, recent research indicates that certain substances in food may cause changes in blood vessel tone, thus bringing on the headaches in susceptible people. Headache experts have estimated that 10% to 30% of headaches are related to food sensitivities.
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Terrific ebook on finding acupressure points to relieve neck tension and headaches
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