Migraines can be more than just severe headaches. In fact, they are often accompanied by blurred vision, nausea, and other symptoms that result from the enlarged blood vessels around the head and neck.
Diet can make a big difference in preventing or reducing migraine pain. Ginger (as we talked about this morning) is a known anti-inflammatory that can reduce internal pressure. Vitamin B2, which is found largely in protein-rich foods, and Omega-3 fatty acids in fish and nuts can also help. However, aged and fermented foods like wine, cheese, and pickled items should be avoided, as they contain tyramine which is thought to trigger migraines.
Behavior-wise, a quiet dark room can help to calm any clenched muscles. Additional relaxation measures can also be taken like massage, meditation, or yoga. Placing a cold pack on the area where the pain seems to be strongest can be an added way to reduce inflammation.
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