Treat Headaches by Breathing

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تم تعديل 2011/01/22 في منتدى اللغات Foriegn Languages
RELAXATION exercises can help to relieve headaches, backaches and insomnia.

One of the simplest relaxation exercises is deep breathing, which will release endorphins (the body's
very own painkillers) into our body.

Begin by breathing through your nostrils; inhale for five counts, silently saying the word "in"

(concentrate on breathing deeply); fill your lower abdomen with air; count to five, and then exhale

slowly, silently saying the word "out" as you let the air escape through your mouth; repeat this

exercise for about two minutes; gradually you will be able to build up to ten counts or higher;

increase your relaxation by imagining a peaaceful scene or by breathing in fresh air or pleasant smells.

Best ways to drive out Headaches

Headaches can be caused by a number of different reasons, and diet is only one area that could

contribute. The most common causes of headaches are stress with associatd muscle tension, or

hormones or medication or medical conditions like high blood pressure or water retention.

Ensure that you drink 6 to 8 glasses of water daily

Keep your blood sugars constant by eating regular meals, preferably with snacks in between, and

limit intake of very sugary foods (e.g. sugar, jam, cool drinks, sweets, etc.) as these cause a rapid

rise and resultant fall in sugar levels.

Eat high fibre foods to help keep blood sugar levels constant. Certain foods can trigger headaches.

Dietary triggers are foods which are commonly found to trigger headaches or migraines in certain individuals.

However certain foods will affect different people differently, and you will need to identify which

particular foods trigger your headaches. The most common trigger foods are:

Caffeinated beverages especially coffee, smart drinks, tea and carbonated beverges like



chocolate and chocolate drinks

Peanuts and peanut butter

Foods containing Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) like packet or canned soups, sauces, instant pastas

and Chinese foods. Foods high in other additives can also trigger headaches. avoid processed foods

and learn to read labels on foods.

Salted and cured meats, dried meats, pickled herring and chicken livers may also be a problem.

Certain beans (broad lima, soya, lentils) and citrus fruits; avocados, raspberries and bananas.


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