Here’s What You Can Do to Get Rid of Headaches
Headache is the most common type of pain experienced by human body and is said to be triggered mainly by tension, cluster, sinus or migraine. There are a number of other reasons too that can lead you to the discomfort. Usually, people rely on painkillers for help but sometimes they fail to work
Here are some solutions that can help you to get rid of the ache. Neurologists from Germany's University of Munster suggest sex as a good remedy that can reduce or sometimes even eliminate headache. It emerged that sex causes production of endorphins, which are body's natural pain killers, thereby curing the symptoms.
Further, it is advised to stay away from so called strong painkillers since they have additional amount of caffeine or codeine, which is not good for the body. In addition, one must sit straight with feet flat on floor.
Eating nuts and seeds can help with the condition since they are good source of magnesium, lack of which triggers headaches. Also, avoid strong smells from perfumes, soaps, air fresheners etc. since sometimes they send signal to brain which leads to headaches.
Cut down Chinese dishes intake and keep your hair loose. Don't sit in front of your computer screen for too long; try looking at something 20ft away for 20 seconds after every 20 minutes of exposure to screen.
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