Do you have constant headaches? Or do some of your friends have them? Chances are, you answered "yes" to one of the two questions.
Headaches have become the new "trendy" condition these days. Every other person suffers from headaches. I've written previously about headache cures and how to treat headaches. But today, I want to talk about something else: the root of the problem.
The best way to treat migraines is to find the source of the problem. What is causing your migraines?
You might not have noticed it, but the pain can be different, depending on the headache. Some headaches cause pain in the forehead, and some cause pain in the back of the head. The intensity is different as well. Depending on where the headaches appear, and the intensity, you can determine the type of headache. If you suffer from constant headaches, you should check with your doctor. But if you want to determine the source of your problem, let's categorize the different types of headache pain.
Pain in the cheekbones
A headache that is closely related to sinus problems manifests as pain at the cheekbones and above the eyes. The best way to get rid of this pain is by massaging the area with anything that has menthol in it. Menthol, or mint, will relieve the pain and also open up your sinuses so that you can breathe easily. Pain in the forehead is the most common type of headache. And if you want to take things to the next level, take a steam bath/shower or do some inhalation.
Pain in the Neck
I don't know if you know this, but a pain in the neck can often result in headaches as well. After all, the neck and the head are closely related. You'll feel this pain at the top of the neck and in the back of your head. Massaging the area will help. You've probably strained a muscle in the neck, so stretching also helps with this type of pain.
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