Treat Migraines With Essential Oils | Home Remedies
A migraine headache is one
of the most painful
headaches you can
Migraine headaches are a
result of specific changes
within the brain, which
causes severe head pain.
The severe pain usually
occurs on one side of the
head. Some people describe
it as a “pounding” feeling,
and it may be made worse
with physical exertion.
In some cases, people may
experience pain on both
sides of the head. Other
common symptoms include
eye pain, sensitivity to light
or sound, nausea and
The exact cause of migraines
is not known, but they can
be triggered by many factors
like hormonal changes,
stress, strong stimuli like
loud noises and certain
typically last from 4 to 72
hours and vary in frequency
from daily to less than once
Here are some essential oils
you can use to treat
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