Migraines and headaches, such as tension and sinus headaches, are extremely painful and can interfere with a person’s daily tasks and ability to function. The pain is accompanied by sensory warning signs, some of which include blind spots, nausea, tingling in the arms and legs, and increased sensitivity to light, according to Medical News Today.
Migraine triggers vary from one person to the next – for one person certain smells, such as strong perfumes may cause their migraine to occur, while for another, certain foods or changes in the weather may trigger migraines.
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Fortunately, there are a few natural remedies that have shown to help relieve migraine pain, some of which include inhaling lavender oil, drinking chamomile tea, and self-massages. There are also certain foods that help fight migraines – foods high in magnesium, fatty fish and flaxseeds, just to name a few.