We all suffer from headaches from time to time, and they might be a result of something simple, like a dehydration or a lack of sleep, or indicate a more serious health issue.

There are more than 150 types of headaches, and these are the most common ones:

— Migraine headaches- These headaches lead to throbbing intense pain that can last from 4 hours to 3 days. Moreover, other symptoms include nausea, appetite loss, sensitivity to light, noise, or smells; vomiting; and upset stomach or belly pain.

—  Sinus headaches: These headaches are accompanied by a constant pain in the forehead, cheekbones, or bridge of the nose. They are caused by inflammation of the sinuses, and lead to other symptoms, like fever, swelling in the face, a runny nose, and feeling of fullness in the ears.

–    Hormone headaches: Women often suffer from headaches during their periods, menopause, or pregnancy, as a result of the hormonal changes in the body.

—    Cluster headaches: These intense headaches cause a burning or piercing pain behind or around one eye, that can be throbbing or constant.

Cluster headaches are a severe health issue, but are, fortunately, the least common. In this case, the eye reddens, the nostril runs or stuffs, the eyelid droops, the pupil gets smaller or the eye tears.  These headaches occur in groups, for instance,

Yet, before you reach for some commercial pain relievers, make sure you try the following natural remedies for all types of headaches:

  1. Water

All the functions of our body depend on water, so it is essential for our overall health. To prevent damage to the organs, you need to drink at least 2 liters of water daily.

As soon as you experience the initial signs of a headache caused by dehydration in the body, drink a glass of water. You can also have some sports drink afterward, as they can also be helpful, due to the electrolytes they contain.

  1. Cinnamon

Cinnamon contains three types of components: cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl acetate, and cinnamyl alcohol that provide powerful antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

It is a great natural remedy in the case of sinus headaches. Just grind 5 cinnamon sticks, add them to water, and apply the paste on the forehead.

  1. Packs

A simple cold compress will provide relief in the case of a sinus headache. These headaches are caused by inflammation of the nasal passages, so the compress will boost circulation and shrink the blood vessels. Just apply some ice wrapped in a thin cloth to the forehead, and leave it to act for a few minutes.

  1. Lemon

Lemons are highly beneficial in the treatment of stomach headaches, caused by intestinal issues and gas.  All you have to do is to drink a glass of lemon water.

To immediately relieve a headache, apply the paste of the lemon skin on the forehead.

  1. Hot Water

Stress causes stiffness in the muscles, and this tension causes a headache. Therefore, the heat will boost blood circulation and relax the tensed muscles.

You can take a hot shower, and make sure the water is hitting the back of your neck. You can also soak the feet or hands in a basin with warm water for 15 minutes.

  1. Apple

In the case of migraine headaches, eat a slice of salt-sprinkled apple, and drink a glass of warm water as soon as you wake up. You can also add 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a glass of water and drink it twice daily.

  1. Ginger

Ginger relaxes the blood vessels, fights inflammation, and stimulates natural opiates in the brain that soothe headaches. All you have to do is to steep a few slices of fresh ginger in a cup of biking water and drink the tea to relieve a headache.

  1. Eucalyptus Oil

This oil soothes the stressed muscles and calms a headache. Just massage the temples with a few drops of it for 20 minutes.

  1. Betel Leaves

These leaves have painkilling and cooling properties that will help you alleviate a headache in a few minutes. Make a paste of the leaves, and apply it on the forehead. Leave it to act for half an hour.

  1. Peppermint

Peppermint can be of great help in the treatment of headaches since it offers powerful calming properties.  Add a teaspoon of dried peppermint to a cup of boiling water, steep for 10 minutes, and drink.

You can also rub peppermint oil on the jaw, neck, and temples to instantly relieve the pain.

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We all suffer from headaches from time to time, and they might be a result of something simple, like a dehydration or a lack of sleep, or indicate a more serious health issue. There are more than 150 types of headaches, and these are the most common ones: -- Migraine headaches-...