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Natural and Home Treatments for Headaches with Eye Pain

An unrelenting headache can be excruciatingly uncomfortable, but natural and home treatments may help provide some much-needed relief. Here are a few suggestions to assist in this effort:

Although further research needs to be completed, one study demonstrated that acupressure could help alleviate nausea associated with migraines. Simply press on the spot between your thumb and index finger on either hand to try it for yourself.


If you suffer from eye strain headaches, massage may provide relief by loosening tight muscles around your eyes and neck.

Tension headaches are an extremely prevalent affliction that can strike at any time and without warning, from either episodic to chronic episodes. According to several studies, massage therapy may provide relief from tension headache symptoms.

Optometrists or health professionals should also be regularly visited in order to ensure you have the appropriate prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses – this may reduce eye strain and headaches caused by incompatible prescriptions.

Massage may be a useful treatment option to mitigate migraine headaches, with studies having demonstrated its efficacy by combining it with cervical mobilization to both alleviate its severity and stop eye tearing. You could try massaging your temples with some lavender or peppermint oil (but be wary not to swallow any), or you can perform self-massage to ease its pain by placing two thumbs between your inner corners and bridge of nose and applying pressure for 15 seconds and holding. Do this several times for best results to alleviate sar dard intensity.

Hot or cold compresses             

Pain behind the eyes may be caused by stress, eye strain or sinus problems; one solution for relief is using hot or cold compresses – simple solutions easily found in home first-aid kits – which help reduce inflammation to partially alleviate this ache.

Your type of headache could impact which treatments work best. Cluster headaches typically cause intense, localized pain on one side of the head and eye that typically lasts a few hours to several days at a time; Migraine headaches cause throbbing pain with symptoms including sound sensitivity, light sensitivity, weakness or nausea that make treatment challenging.

Some find it soothing and therapeutic to massage their temples with lavender or peppermint oil, which may reduce headache and migraine attacks. Peppermint tea may also relax muscles and ease pressure on eyes. If the headache stems from food or medication, avoiding foods containing nitrates and nitrites (preservatives which expand blood vessels and may trigger headaches in some people) could help.

Herbal tea

People frequently experience mild headaches or migraines that don’t reach full-fledged severity due to insufficient rest, dehydration or both. Instead of reaching for over the counter pain relievers to soothe these headaches, why not try sipping herbal tea to ease it away instead?

Herbal tea, infusion and maceration all have long histories in various cultures around the world. Each involves creating a drink using plants, flowers, seeds, roots, herbs and spices as ingredients – similar to true tea (tea made from Camellia sinensis leaves) but without caffeine content.

No matter the cause of your headache, herbal tea could be just the ticket. From sinus issues and hangovers to stress, stress or just an ongoing one, herbal tea offers many healthful compounds and antioxidants that may help. Ginger tea in particular has natural anti-nausea effects and may reduce inflammation by opening blood vessels – or opt for the sweet sedative effects of Chamomile Tea that’s great at relaxing both body and mind while relieving headaches and migraines.


An eye-related headache could be caused by any number of issues; from common conditions like eye strain headache to more serious medical concerns such as thyroid eye disease.

Eye strain headaches typically develop after engaging in activities requiring focused attention for extended periods, such as reading or staring at a computer screen. They typically feel as if your eyes are sore and tired and can include blurry vision, dry eyes and pain in your neck and shoulders.

This type of headache should resolve itself if you take a break and give your eyes some rest, wear glasses or contact lenses with correct prescription, take over-the-counter NSAID pain relievers or see a physician as soon as symptoms worsen or develop additional signs and symptoms. They will be able to accurately identify what kind of headache it is before offering guidance regarding appropriate treatments for it.


Maintaining proper hydration levels is vital to overall health and can even help alleviate headaches or migraines. Studies show that drinking more than seven glasses of water daily helps prevent and soothe headaches.

Sipping herbal tea may also provide relief. One study demonstrated that ginger powder had similar therapeutic effects as popular medications used to treat migraines; other potentially calming herbal teas may also prove effective. Nonetheless, many herbal supplements have not undergone large-scale human testing so caution must be exercised when considering them as potential remedies for headaches. Before making any decisions based on herbal treatments alone or without consulting with a healthcare provider or any best hakeem in Lahore first is advised.

Exercise may help alleviate headaches as well. Exercise releases endorphins – chemicals which fight pain – into your system while relieving stress. Just make sure not to overdo it, as vigorous activity could trigger headaches in some people.

Strong fragrances from perfume and cigarettes as well as some foods can trigger headaches, as can lack of sleep and dehydration. Acupuncture may provide relief without side effects that headache medications often carry with them.