Essential oils to help relieve Migraine Pain

Migraine is a complex condition with a wide variety of  symptoms. For many people the main feature is a painful headache. Other symptoms include disturbed vision, sensitivity to light, sound and smells,
feeling sick and vomiting. Migraine attacks can be very frightening and may result in you having to lie still for several hours.
Essential Oils serve as headache treatments because they safely and effectively treat the headache trigger, getting to the root of the problem instead of minimizing the pain temporarily. Plus, when using essential oils for headaches, there are no nasty side effects and you are in complete control of your dose,adjusting it for the type of headache you experience.
Here are few ESSENTIAL OILS that can help in pain relief:
Rosemary Oil: Rosemary oil has powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain killing) properties. It’s been used in folk medicine for hundreds of years for stress reduction, pain relief, and improved circulation, which can al…


Arthritis is a group of painful and degenerative conditions marked by inflammation in the joints that
causes stiffness and pain. Osteoarthritis, the most common type of arthritis, gets worse with age and is caused by wear and tear over the years.
Doctors traditionally treat arthritis with anti-inflammatory medications and painkillers. However, some medications cause side effects, and a natural approach to pain relief is becoming more popular. Remember to consult your doctor before trying these natural remedies.
1.Hot and cold therapy:
Simple hot nad cold therapy can make a world of difference  when it comes to artritis pain. Long hot showers or baths escpecially in the mornings, helps ease stiffness in your joints. Use an electric blanket or moist heating pad to keep your joints loose
Cold treatments are best for relieving  joint pain, swelling, and inflammation. Wrap a gel ice pack or a bag of frozen vegetables in a towel and apply it to painful joints for quick relief…


Misconceptions about chronic pain can do harm to people with legitimate medical problems. Patients with chronic pain can and should be treated. Dispelling these damaging myths should raise awareness and encourage more people to seek help with a professional trained in treating chronic pain.
Myth 1.The side effects of opiate painkillers turn people into zombies and can stop their breathing. Fact: Most side effects are mild, tolerable, treatable, occur at the beginning of therapy, and fade with time. Common side effects include constipation, drowsiness, and dry mouth. Careful adjustment of dosages and attention to patient concerns help alleviate most side effects. Myth 2.Ignoring the pain will make it go away. Fact: In most cases, ignoring ongoing pain will not make it go away, and it may even get worse. It is better to seek help from a caring, experienced specialist when pain persists and becomes a problem. Myth 3.People who take powerful opiate (“narcotic”) pain medication bec…

4 ways to manage your pain in this heat…..

First and foremost, Pain is a very sensitive topic and quite a common issue as well. We all suffer from some kind of pain… sometimes it’s short term… and sometimes it’s impossible to get rid of… Well If
you are already in a lot of pain you should not ignore it and go for proper treatment… For now we can talk about how to avoid pain or can minimize it to a certain level….
Here are 4 ways to beat the pain in Heat!!
Avoid Pain Trigger Foods- If you are suffering from migraine or neuralgic pain you should avoid eating certain types of food like spices, excessive salt, caffeine, cola, are known pain triggers, its better to avoid these in this season.
Drink lots of water- We all know Water is such a substance which helps in curing a lot of diseases. So why not pain.
It’s very essential to keep our body hydrated. Summer heat removes necessary fluids from our body, so its important for us to drink at least 3-4lts of water daily. Water prevents joint pain and cramps. Not only that w…


TIPS TO HEALTIER BACK-Dr Krishna Poddar Sit in a high-back chair with arm rests. Sitting in a soft couch or chair will tend to make you round your back and won’t support the hollow of your back.At work, adjust your chair height and work station so you can sit up close to your work and tilt it up at you. Rest your elbows and arms on your chair or desk, keeping your shoulders relaxed.When sitting in a chair that rolls and pivots, don’t twist at the waist while sitting. Instead, turn your whole body.When standing up from the sitting position, move to the front of the seat of your chair. Stand up by straightening your legs. Avoid bending forward at your waist. Immediately stretch your back by doing 10 standing backbends.Driving Use a back support (lumbar roll) while sitting or driving in the car.Move the seat close to the steering wheel to support the hollow of your back.Standing Stand with your head up, shoulders straight, chest forward, weight balanced evenly on both feet and you…