There are some quick home remedies for relieving migraine headaches, and many of them are relatively simple. As WebMD indicates, applying an ice pack, relaxing in a dark room, taking a walk, getting a massage or taking a... More »

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Home remedies for a migraine headache include relaxation exercises, relaxation in a dark area, and adherence to a regular sleep schedule. These treatments often ease the pain of an existing headache and can keep other mi... More »

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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. Su... More »

Three types of treatment for migraines are medication, natural remedies and biofeedback treatment, according to WebMD. The treatment chosen depends on the scope and the severity of the migraine. More »

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Everyday Health notes that cures for migraines can be found in an individual's home, such as lavender oil, peppermint oil and basil oil. A change in diet and avoiding certain foods can also cure migraine pain. More »

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As of 2015, the efficacy of butterbur in treating migraine headaches requires more research, according to WebMD. Research indicates the supplement may be effective in preventing migraine headaches. More »

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Although gout is not curable with home treatment, some home remedies may help alleviate symptoms, explains Mayo Clinic. These remedies include drinking plenty of water and other nonalcoholic drinks; avoiding foods rich i... More »

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