Home remedies for a migraine include applying ice packs to the back of the neck, forehead or temples, taking a nap, taking a warm shower or bath, massage, drinking water, resting in a low-lit room or physical therapy. Supplements such as magnesium, coenzyme Q10, riboflavin, feverfew and butterbur may also be effective, according to the Migraine Trust.Continue Reading
A cold or hot compress can help relieve tension in the head, neck and back area. Rubbing the temples with the index finger and thumb can also help relieve pain. People who are suffering from migraines related to neck and back tension may find that massage in the neck and back area help the tension.
A bit of rest and relaxation can sometimes relieve the pain. Migraine sufferers can try taking a quick nap, going for a walk, lying down or sitting in a room with low lighting for a few minutes.
Some supplements have proven effective in managing persistent migraines. For example, some migraines may stem from magnesium deficiency, so taking magnesium supplements may help treat the problem. Migraine sufferers should always consult their doctors before trying natural supplements, as some supplements can cause drug interactions and other side effects.
Treating migraines can sometimes involve physical therapy. If the migraines stem from long-term neck or back problems, daily physical therapy exercises can often create a long-term cure, according to WebMD.Learn more about Conditions & Diseases