What can I do about my migraine?
I took 2 migraine pills 1 1/2hours ago. My head still hurts. Please help.
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
Take excedrin migraine or drink a very strong cup of black coffee.
- LiliLv 73 weeks ago
Try to induce a "brain freeze" by eating ice cream or drinking ice water. This seems to help a lot of migraine sufferers.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
the safest solution, is to not mind the pain. never take drugs
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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
find a good accupuncture specialist
the sessions will spread over a month
but you will be cured in the end
- KnightSaber2000Lv 64 weeks ago
migraine is in a different category of headaches - in fact, we often treat headaches and migraines as separate entities.. a true migraine should subside by sitting still in a dark, quiet and slightly chilled room.. complete darkness and complete silence often do the trick in 'true' migraines, which means, no phones, no computers, no TV, no smart devices, no music, no talking and no singing for about 30-60 minutes.. and some may advise putting cold bottle of water over your head and neck.. and if you managed to grab a quick nap - it would help tremendously..
Tension Headaches is also in its own category, it is the product of mental stress, physical stress or both, and often associated with sleep issues.. the pain from the headache somehow affect the back of the neck and shoulders.. and this tension headaches is treated by reducing stress (good luck in that), by taking plenty of rest (like a long vacation or off days) and by talking about your fears and stress with your trusted friend, family member or a $300/hour therapist..
if the headache last more than a day while following the above recommendations, then you need to seek help at a local clinic (GP or a family doctor clinic).. a large number of medical conditions are associated with headaches, for exmaple: high blood pressure (hypertension), eye-related issues (usually means that you need to wear glasses or change the prescription on your glasses), infections (like Sinusitis and meningoencephalitis) or even a mental health disorder (like anxiety, adjustment and mood disorders)..
- David BLv 74 weeks ago
Alternating hot and cold showers.
The contrasting temperatures seems to break the spasm of the blood vessels causing the headache.
Thanks for the thumbs down, you may not know about this treatment being mentioned in medical research!
- DzeLv 74 weeks ago
go get you a 2 litre of mountain dew and a snickers bar .. drink the whole thing .. i gurantee your headache will be washed away ...