Not tonight, Dear--- I have a headache!MED-FREE WAYS TO GET RID OF PAIN
by Eric Metcalf, GalTime.com
Your nearest grocery store or pharmacy offers a variety of medications to tackle headaches. But you don't even have to leave your home - or put medicine with hard-to-read ingredients into your system - to find relief from a headache.
For garden-variety headaches, experts advise these five natural treatments:
Many people find that certain types of headaches - especially migraines - respond well to cold packs. Wrap a small bag of ice or frozen vegetables in a dry towel and place it over your forehead and temples. Leave the ice on your head for up to 15 minutes at a time, then take it off for at least 15 minutes.
Warmth also has the power to halt headaches, especially tension-type headaches caused by tight muscles in the neck and scalp. Place a warm pack on your neck and the back of your head, or step into a warm shower and let the water flow over the back