End Headaches and Migraines Today

The Throbbing Pain from Headaches and Migraines

There are certain things in life that can become quite the headache that sneaks on us when we least expect it. Sometimes, it’s a wonder how we get headaches because they can strike out of nowhere and appear as soon as we wake up. Resting a hand on the throbbing temples and popping another migraine relief pill does not always make the pain go away for some. Even when it does, these medications are made to make our brains think the pain is not there when it is rather than addressing the pain itself.

When you really think about it in that respect, it is no wonder that the headaches and migraines always return like clockwork for some people.  Having headaches and migraines every once in a while is bearable, but still painful so we want relief. Individuals that suffer from it long term may feel as if they are frequently shackled from the inescapable pain, and search for relief as well.

What Causes Headaches?

It’s not just the blaring audio that drives you mad or the annoying person you’d rather not meet but have to that can bring about headaches. There are actually more than 100 types of headaches! The two main types most people hear about though are tension headaches (known to be chronic as it appears daily amongst teens and adults that are mild and leave over time) and migraines. Other types of headaches many are familiar with are cluster headaches and sinus headaches. Common things that trigger headaches are:

  • Dehydration
  • Food Sensitivity
  • Caffeine Withdrawal
  • Hormones
  • Brain Freeze
  • Anxiety
  • Noise
  • Tyramine (found in aged, fermented foods)
  • Glaring Lights
  • Bad Sleeping or Eating Habits
  • Medicine
  • Overexertion (exercise) 

How do Migraines Happen?

Migraines are described as a more severe form of headaches that is described as throbbing and pounding. Migraines tend to linger around longer when it comes (anywhere from a few hours to several days) and recur a couple of times in the month. It is believed to be a neurological issue involving the blood vessels, nerves and chemicals from the brain. Triggers may be similar to those mentioned for headaches, but they come with added symptoms such as stomach pain, decreased appetite, blurry vision, dizziness and nausea. One in five people who experience migraines see an aura about half an hour before the pain comes. They may notice wavy lines, dots, and flashing lights or get blurry vision. Others may notice an odd taste, smell, sensation or notice their muscles become tense. Triggers known to cause migraines are:

  • Flashing Lights
  • Little Food or Sleep
  • Stress
  • Hormones
  • Anxiety

Treating Headaches and Migraines Naturally

Migraines and headaches can be intense enough for some where it prevents them from doing some aspects in their daily activities. Finding relief from them without needing to take medications is possible. Baltic Essentials Amber is a natural way to cure headaches and migraines. It is able to relieve tension in the head when you wear it as well as prevent its unwelcome return. Results can be felt in as little as a few minutes to a few days. The necklaces are handcrafted from the purest amber, and also look amazing to wear while it provides analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. The most active property in amber is succinic acid which transfers the benefits from the beads to your bloodstream after it is warmed from your body. Stop making headaches and migraines control your life and put and to the pain with Baltic Essentials today.

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