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Migraine Infographic

Migraine headache infographic displaying the 4 stages and natural holistic remedies.

Migraine's 4 stages and natural holistic remedies

Migraine’s 4 stages and natural holistic remedies

Read about Natural Holistic Therapies for Migraines that formed the basis for the infographic above

 


Supplements – 5 supplements (Riboflavin, Magnesium, Ginkgolide B, Coq10, Omega 3) have shown to benefit migraine sufferers.

Herbs – Feverfew and butterbur are popular herbs that are commonly used to provide relief from migraines.

Biofeedback – This relaxation technique uses special equipment to teach you how to monitor and control certain physical responses related to stress, such as muscle tension.

CranioSacral Therapy – CranioSacral therapy is a form of treatment which has its origins in osteopathy and can be very effective in the treatment of migraine headaches.

Meditation – Meditation, an age-old technique of mentally concentrating to have resolution, can help treat migraine symptoms both physically and emotionally.

Essential Oils – Lavender oil is touted as being one of the best for migraine pain management.

Heat & Cold Therapy – Apply hot & cold compresses to the head or neck can be helpful in relieving pain & tension.

Homeopathy – Delivered at small homeopathic dosages, the SNRA molecule has shown to be fast-acting in migraine relief.

6 replies on “Migraine Infographic”

Good infographic, but there may be other foods which could set one off as well. It may help to do a search for “tyramine diet. Tyramines in foods can trigger migraines or related reactions.

Good infographic, but there may be other foods which could set one off as well. It may help to do a search for “tyramine diet. Tyramines in foods can trigger migraines or related reactions.

I’ve actually tried butterbur and it really does help the only side effect depending on the person is it can give u a bit of stomach aches and the taste is really really earthy (kinda like dirt) but it does work and the elimination diet does too as you start winding down what you can and can’t have it really helps try and manage your headaches

I’ve actually tried butterbur and it really does help the only side effect depending on the person is it can give u a bit of stomach aches and the taste is really really earthy (kinda like dirt) but it does work and the elimination diet does too as you start winding down what you can and can’t have it really helps try and manage your headaches

Great infographic, I will be passing this along to friends and family! Like Craig said, other foods can trigger migraines. My mom, sister and I all suffer from amine triggered migraines, which eliminates (so many) foods that people may not expect to cause migraines. It’s hard to find info on migraines, esp beyond the scope of ‘don’t drink wine, don’t eat chocolate’, so thank you!

This info graphic led me to try an elimination diet that helped diagnose food allergies which were contributing to my migraines. It was the first answer I received after suffering more than 20 months with non-stop migraines and countless medications, including hospitalizations! Thank you!

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