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How Essential Oils Can Prevent Migraine?

Migraine is a severe recurring vascular headache. More often than not, it is women who suffer more from this medical condition than woman. The dull ache is often heart throbbing and in some cases distorts the speech of a person due to the severity of pain. Only a detailed scan of the head in the MRI Scan Centre can give the right assessment of the pain.

Though migraine does have specific medications in place for every possible level of pain, the essential oils can also have a significant impact in easing the pain. One may ask how the essential oil can be as good, if not better than the drugs and medication. To put things into perspective, the essential oils are administered externally. On more beneficial terms, the essential oils provide relief, aid circulation and reduce stress. They are equally laced with other health benefits like boosting your immune system instead of wreaking havoc on your vital organs. Let's have a look at some of the essential oils which are effective in preventing migraine.

  1. Peppermint- It has a long-lasting cooling effect on the skin, ability to inhibit muscle contractions and role in stimulating blood flow in the forehead when applied topically. One suggestion to use peppermint oil to improve blood circulation, reduce pain and relieve tension is that the oil be diluted with two to three drops of peppermint oil with coconut oil and applied into the shoulders, forehead, and back of neck.
  2. Lavender- Lavender essential oil has a variety of therapeutic and curative properties. It has excellent properties which relax and relieves tension and stress — working as a sedative, antidepressant, anti-anxiety, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant and calming agent. It can even be an effective treatment of neurological conditions and disorders, the latest research shows. The two primary benefits of lavender oil are relieving feelings of restlessness and disturbed sleep, two symptoms of headaches. It also regulates serotonin levels, which helps minimize pain in the nervous system that can lead to migraine attacks
  3. Eucalyptus- Widely regarded as an expectorant, it helps cleanse the body of toxins and harmful microorganisms. It also opens the nasal airways and eliminates sinus pressure that can lead to a nasty headache; all while promoting emotional balance and boosting mood. To get quick relief, add diluted two to four drops of eucalyptus oil with carrier oil, and apply it topically to the chest, back of the neck, temples, and forehead. Not only does it eliminate the nasal buildup and clears your airways — alleviating the sinus tension that leads to a headache or migraine attack.
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