9 Foods + A Secret Tip To Get Rid Of Migraines Quickly

Believe In Your Stomach It Knows More About You Than You Think9 Foods To Get Rid Of  Migraines Quickly

1.   Fish


Omega 3 fatty acids reduce the production of prostaglandins, which are a common cause of headaches and inflammation. Therefore, it is advisable to include foods that are rich in omega 3 fatty acids in the diet. These mainly include fish such as sardines, anchovies, trout, mackerel, tuna, herring, swordfish, and salmon. In other fish, the content of omega 3 fatty acids is slightly lower. If possible, choose fish from smaller farms, not large farms.

TIP: If you can’t eat fish twice a week, add fish oil to your diet . He will do you the same service.

2.   Nuts and seeds

Nuts and seeds

Another valuable source of omega 3 fatty acids are seeds and nuts. Focus on flaxseed, walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, hemp, and chia seeds, which are the richest in omega 3. Daily consumption of nuts and seeds has a great impact on our health. In addition to reducing the risk of migraines, it also strengthens the heart, blood vessels, joints, and brain.

3.   Water

Drinking Habit Water

Sufficient fluids are the absolute basis in the fight against migraines. Drink pure water, weak herbal teas, and magnesium-containing mineral waters. The water can even drive away an already started migraine attack. According to foreign research, headaches can subside after drinking 500-750 ml of clean water in quick succession.

4.   Oatmeal


If you do not want to treat painkillers with every migraine attack, bet on magnesium, which contributes greatly to alleviating the problem. Where can you find him? Most in oatmeal, dates, spinach, chicken, and fish. The ideal breakfast of migraine is therefore oatmeal, muesli, or homemade granola.

5.   Ginger


Both fresh and dried ginger contains a substance called gingerol, which helps to alleviate dull pain, blinks in front of the eyes, shaking of the head, and other unpleasant conditions that accompany the onset of migraines. If you suffer from stomach upset caused by pain, ginger will help drive it away.


TIP: For best effects, use  fresh ginger . Cut it into slices, pour hot water over it and let it infuse for a few minutes. Drink warm or lukewarm.

6.   Honey


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7.   Feverfew


This daisy-like herb has a great composition that has an anti-inflammatory effect, relieves pain, and relieves cramps of nervous and muscular origin. feverfew s used for headaches and menstrual problems. Daily drinking of Feverfew tea, or the use of tincture or capsules, has beneficial effects on migraineurs. It acts as an effective prevention as well as a cure for a seizure.

8.   Lavender


Whether you opt for tea, tincture, or a bouquet of dried lavender, which you will smell, it will relieve you of pain and nausea. Lavender calms the stomach, psyche, and the entire nervous system relieves headaches and contributes to peaceful and deep sleep.

9.   Buckwheat


This healthy – and unfortunately still underestimated cereal – contains, among other valuable substances, B vitamins, which supply the body with energy, have a positive effect on the psyche. Buckwheat fights anorexia and headaches.

When migraines start, it sometimes helps:

Coffee and black tea

Caffeine relieves the headache by contracting the blood vessels at the beginning of the attack. The best thing to do is add a little clove to the coffee, which contains the anti-inflammatory component eugenol. However, once the migraine is fully developed, you’d better forget about caffeine. On the contrary, you could stir up the unpleasant pain. But beware – paradoxically, caffeine is a common trigger for migraines. Watch out not only for coffee and black tea but also for cola drinks and chocolate.

What else helps with headaches?

  • Heavy sleep
  • Regularity of food – irregular eating causes fluctuations in blood sugar levels, which can lead to headaches
  • Sufficient fluid intake
  • Yoga and meditation
  • Avoiding a smoky environment
  • Abstinence
  • Regular movement

On the contrary, what to avoid

Some foods directly record migraine attacks. If you suffer from severe headaches, avoid the arch:

  • Red wine
  • Chocolate
  • Hard and processed cheeses
  • Yogurts
  • Instant soups
  • Semi-finished products
  • Sausages
  • Citrus
  • Sulphurised dried fruit
  • Hot spices

We hope that our tips will help you win the fight against unpleasant migraines. Do you have your proven advice? You need to write to us on Facebook.

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