For a natural cure to headaches, drink water and eat sunflower seeds. The vast majority of headaches are simply caused by dehydration, so water often works. Sunflower seeds have a naturally-occurring chemical in them that also works to cure many headaches quite effectively. Should try to get unsalted seeds though, since salty seeds will contribute to dehydration.
Take an over-the-counter pain reliever. Drink plenty of water. Use caffeine carefully, it can be a double-edged sword. Find a quiet, dark place to take a break. Use a cool compress. Massage your scalp, neck and ear lobes.
Take whatever pain relief you use, lay down in a quiet, dark, cool room, relax and breathe deeply. The sooner you start the process the better it works. Some do well with a cool washcloth over their foreheads also. Or massaging their face or neck. My hubby can sleep them off. I can't.
Tea or anything with Caffeine in it if that doesn't work than start taking pill's if that doesn't work take a nap that you usually works for me. See a doctor try to see if you can get a really strong pill. They gave me Ibuprofen 800mg tablets
If you have a headache from migraine (Usually one side of the head often with nausea), normal paracetamol, Aspirin etc will not help. Use a muscle relaxant instead and take an hour rest. I find for Migraine (severe) type headaches, the brand NORGESIC works well for most people. Obviously prevention is better than cure and as headaches are often the result of stress, relaxation, yoga and/or meditation can help prevent.
The best solution is to rest for a period of time the daily consumer health, nutrition food. Drink plenty of water and regular sleep and eating habits, in order to avoid migraines. This may mean that you want to adjust your schedule, but migraine free day do practical value. Don't overdraft your body. In order to avoid all types of stress. In acute cases, consult your doctor, drug therapy can relieve the pain. http://www.huangdouli.com/eBookStore/migr/ The site may be more helpful to you
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I have a trick I use. OK, on the back of your head place your thumb and your middle finger on back of head. U grab the corners of your back hairline with your thumb spread to middle finger and press and pull up. Hold for ten seconds or so, like a pinch. Repeat this 5 or more times. You should notice that your head ache is gone. Sometimes it may hurt worse for a minute but it will go away. I have done this for all my girlfriends over the years. You can find a diagram of head and pressure points online or at library. I found my info at library on migraine head ache and pressure points. Best wishes.