The following is adapted from Jesse Cannone’s latest book, The End of All Disease. To get a free copy, click here
For a pounding migraine, fill up your sink all the way with hot water. Stick your hands into the water, which should be as hot as possible without scolding your hands.
What happens is the heat going to your hand tells the body to send heat back down to the hands. It shoots all the blood down to the hand area because heat is being generated there. It then pulls the blood out of the head and pulls it into the hands, relieving the pounding pressure.
Beyond that, the majority of migraines are trigger by certain events from our lives. Here are a few:
It’s estimated that most people are about two quarts short on their needed water intake each day, especially in the morning. Drink two glasses of room-temperature water first thing in the morning to rehydrate from the sweating and breathing you’ve done overnight.
Erratic Sleep –
Get on a solid sleep cycle. For migraine sufferers, it has been shown that the best sleep schedule is 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. A good night’s sleep will keep your serotonin levels up and allow your body to detox properly, fighting off migraines.
Lack of Exercise –
Exercise keeps the blood moving, increases your oxygen intake and combats stress all in one fell swoop…all of which helps fend off migraines.
That’s it. For more in-depth info about the treatments recommended here I recommend you consult The End of All Disease book.
Written By: Updated: October 17,2014