How To Cure Migraine With SALT. No Need Of Seeing A Doctor.

Migraine is one of the highly prevalent problems found among the most in contemporary working population and can be caused by plethora of reasons. Though it is a common pain found in a lot, itcan get severe at times. Even more worrying thing about this pain is that it can’t be abated with your usual pain killers.

Salt for Migraine Pain However, it is believed that the most natural way to deal with migraines is Salt. Yes, the regular salt that you use at home for seasoning food.

You are basically suggested to take a glass of lemonade or fresh limejuice with high concentration of salt. It is highly accepted natural remedy for curing headache.

Although, intake of salt is not usually recommended, in case of headache, it acts like magic. Also, taking a lime and rubbing half across your forehead has been known to work wonders too. How can salt cure migraine? The entire concept of salt as a cure for migraineis based on the idea that migraines can be caused by sodium deficiency. To be precise,Himalayan crystal salt is used in general as it’s scientifically proven to be the best. What this kind of salt does is simply reduces intensity of the pain, makes our immune system stronger by giving balance to the production of hormone called serotonin , which also results in increased energy levels.
Another benefit of this salt is that it increases the presence of alkaline and electrolytes in our body system by keeping things in balance.

the above contents are however those of an anonymous author

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