It can be due to increased pressure because of excess of liver fire. First go to eye doctor if you want to confirm. If you don't want to confirm and want immediate treatment pl follow acupuncture, it is the best.
If you are in cold country use all warm things.
Pl try cold water bath and observe if in hot country, if pain increases use warm.
If you have cough/cold body hot water bath will help.
Massage and exercise in front of morning sun is good thing, pl try.
Pl try simple acupressure given below for immediate relief.
There is hardly any medicine for H/A OR MIGRAINE. Not only these but for RA, OA, Back ache, Ear ache/ringing, Stomach ache and almost all painful diseases. Hence they become chronic.
Acidity, WORRY, sadness, excessive wind, cold , heat, sour food and sinusitis, constipation, intestinal inflammation; drug side effects, stress, bad smell, TV & COMPUTER SOMETIMES, Blockage in the flow of Vital Energy, BODY CONSTITUTION etc are their causes.
None of them can be treated with medicine.
Our 100% success in treating migraine &H/A confirms it.
Acupuncture is the best treatment.
I can treat it with naturopathy and YOG, but how can you manage pl see.
Pain killers don't treat the pain but we loose the sense of pain for some time; in that duration our body itself treats sometime and credit goes to meds.
The useless drugs have tremendous power of side effects like liver/kidney failures, ulcer, inflammation of intestines and lot more.
Avoid late sleeping if possible; worry, tension, spicy foods, sour fruits, stale bakery foods, SMOKING and alcohole.
Sweet foods, COCOANUT WATER,sweet fruits like dates, milk, rice, SPROUTS, SALADS and good sleep will help if cough is not there.
But you try one herbal remedy- two drops of drumstick leaves' juice in opposite nostril if one side pains and both nostrils if full H/A will give you rescue. Betel leaf helps but it is very strong.
If it is acute pl search a painful point (with round tipped pen/jimmy) 3-6 mm behind your thumb nail and press it, H/A will disappear within 30 seconds.
For forehead/eye pain the points are in front of nails on the finger tips or 3-7 mm below.
It may disappear naturally too.
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Hi there......two kinds especially:
Could be "eye strain". If you find you get this headache after using your eyes for lengthy periods of time, that is it.
See your eye doctor for an exam. You may need glasses or contacts.
You have sinuses behind those eyes, as well as over the eyebrows and under the cheekbones to the center of the nose.
Try taking a good decongestant (I recommend Sudafed PE or it's generic) It is pure decongestant. No antihistamine in it.
Take 2 of those little pills along with 2 Tylenol (or generic). If it is a sinus headache it should go away with this. If you find you have to repeat this in 4 hours, do it. However, if this doesn't do away with the pain, then it is not your sinuses, so see your eye doctor.
By the way, if you get these headaches often and it is related to your sinuses, you may have chronic allergies for which there are good allergy medicines out there that may help and you would only have to take the medicine once a day. Ask your doctor once you nail it down.
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PS ... pleeeeeessssseeeee.....give me a break from that old "migrane" crap. A true migrane headache is not, I repeat NOT SELF DIAGNOSED!!! Too many people call any old headache a migrane. There are special tests you have to go through to diagnose that and there are special medicines you have to take to make them go away, as well as a bunch of other symptoms other than a headache. !!
Probably from sinus inflammation or eyestrain. Tap on these areas: forehead, above each eyebrow, above the bridge of the nose between the eyes, and on each cheek under the eye at the sides of your nose. If you feel pressure or pain when you try that, you probably have a sinus congestion issue, and a decongestant should help.
Also, think about what you have been doing with your eyes - focusing on close objects, far away objects, do you wear glasses or do you need to have your eyes examined?
Another possibility is that you are dehydrated. Even mild dehydration can cause headache behind the eyes and in the temple areas. Drink a few glasses of water and see if it helps.