There is no specific cure for migraine headaches. The goal is to prevent symptoms by avoiding or changing your triggers.
At the onset of symptoms, the migraine sufferer should seek out a quiet, dark room and attempt to sleep. Placing a cold, damp cloth or a cold pack on the fore-head may help.
The frequency of migraine may be lessened by avoiding triggers. It is useful to keep a headache journal, recording the particulars and noting possible triggers for each attack. Specific measures which may help include:
eating at regular times, and not skipping meals reducing the use of caffeine and pain relievers restricting physical exertion, especially on hot days keeping regular sleep hours, but not oversleeping managing time to avoid stress at work and home
Girl I know how you feel. I used to have that same thing. No pills would work so i went to the doctor the first time they said it was caffeine. Then when it still wouldnt go away i went to a nuerologist and i actually needed proscribed ( idk how to spell :)))) ) medicine. I would suggest going to get it checked. xoxox hope this helped ( prob didn't )
Headaches for me are associated with sugar and FOOD COLORING. ie, orange processed foods that don't actually have orange fruit in it. Red colored juice, it was privately on the news that it's damaging to the brain. Research it.
BC powder works for strong head aches and Advil and wormwood. (that last one is deadly, so be careful.) Last but not least see a doctor or something.