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    தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    நேற்று எனக்கு பயங்கற தலைவலி...
    தலைவலில எனக்கு பிடிச்ச ஒரு நல்ல விஷயம், அது வந்தா படிக்க முடியாது ஆனால் சில சமயங்களில் அதுவே தான் எனக்கு பிடிக்காத விஷயமும்... நேற்றும் படிக்க முடியாமல் போய்விட்டது..

    சரி,படிக்க தான் முடியல, வேர என்ன செய்யலாம்னு தலைல தைலம் தேய்க்கும்போது யோசிச்சேனா...அப்போ தான் ஒரு idea மணி அடிச்சுது... 'எப்டி டா இந்த தைலம் வேல செய்யுது?'னு கண்டுபிக்குறது தான் அது... so அதைப் பற்றி browsenen...

    HOW PAIN BALM WORKS?
    Pain balms generally contain 3 components i.e methyl salicylate,menthol and camphor.
    • When the balm is applied, salicylate is absorbed through the skin and acts as an ANALGESIC (analgesic=pain reliever)
    • Camphor & menthol acts as COUNTER IRRITANTS (Counter-irritants work by distracting you from the pain through other sensations, most often heat and cold.) Example,Menthol dilates the blood vessels and because of the increased blood flow one gets a cool sensation in the balm applied area.


    MEDICATION TO CURE SIMPLE HEADACHE FASTER:

    Tiger balm (better than pain relief sprays) + oral paracetamol will work faster in simple headache.

    OTHER SIMPLE CURES FOR HEADACHE (நமக்கே தெரியாம நம்ம தலைவலிக்கு காரணம் நாமா கூட இருக்கலாம் SO இந்த குட்டி குட்டி CORRECTIONS செய்து பார்ப்போமே) :

    Stretch, relax, and breathe:
    Our lives are fast paced, busy, and filled with more than a little stress. Our overworked minds and bodies react to this by tensing and knotting up muscles, usually in the upper back, neck, and shoulders.
    Breathe:
    You may think your breathing alright, but if your head is pounding you’re likely not getting the most out of the oxygen you take in. In general we take breaths that are too shallow, and when we are experiencing pain or stress, we definitely breathe to shallow. Make a conscious effort to take deep, full, breaths that start in your diaphragm and fill up your lungs. This will get your plenty of fresh oxygen circulating through your blood and will also help relax your mind and body.
    Drop your shoulders:
    Make yourself aware of how you carry your shoulders. When you think of it, tell yourself to drop them down. You’d be surprised at how often we carry them hunched up too high, resulting in soreness and, of course, headaches.

    Drink up:
    On average we don’t drink enough water daily, and that alone is cause for a headache. Coffee, alcohol, sugary drinks-all can dehydrate you (hence the pounding headache that comes along with a hangover) and should be avoided. As soon as your head starts to hurt, drink a tall glass of water, and then sip throughout the day. Gradually the pain will start to ease up, and you’ll be hurting less and well-hydrated to boot.

    Eat less chocolate:
    Pretty straightforward-chocolate and the caffeine it contains make it a common trigger for headaches in many people.

    Use your imagination:
    Mental imagery has been shown to reduce headaches, whether mild or severe, by helping people relax and loosen up the knots that may be causing the pain. Imagery exercises create a “mental scape” that is calm, peaceful, and pain free-your happy place, if you will.
    To work on your scape, try the following:
    Find a quiet place to close your eyes and use your mind to fill your head with something other than pain. Picture rolling hills or waves lapping over sand, even just creating a landscape of soothing colors can be helpful. Try adding a quiet soundtrack to this exercise; be it sounds of nature or just a soft song that calms you down. Breathe and be patient. Also, be patient. And then be a little more patient. Don’t get worked up because your headache isn’t gone after you spent 30 seconds impatiently picturing a tree, this stuff takes practice and some dedication (and patience) but it’s worth it.

    Improve your posture:
    Improving your posture can make all the difference in the world when it comes to tension-type headaches. Many of us spend our days working in an office or sitting down at a computer with little to no movement, and many of us are guilty of poor posture. We slouch, slump, and hunch forward, which strains our muscles and creates nasty headaches.
    Try using an ergonomic chair if you’re sitting down a lot, and make a conscious effort to sit up tall but relaxed, with your shoulders back, your chest open, and your neck not sticking too far forward.
    Working on strengthening core muscles helps a lot with posture, since balance and the strength to support ourselves properly comes from mostly from our center.


    Avoid MSG (இதை மறக்க முடியுமா!!):
    Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is added to food to enhance its flavor. It is derived from an amino acid, called glutamic acid, which occurs naturally in various foods. Many people who suffer headaches find that foods containing MSG triggers migraines or other types of headaches, possibly due to the fact that it excites our neurons. Make sure you read food labels to check if the product has MSG, the FDA is requires companies to list it, however it can also be hidden as a component of other ingredients. Watch for some of these words, which can give away “hidden” MSG, and be extra cautious around Chinese food, processed meats, canned vegies, gravy/soup/dip mixes, and soy-based items.
    -Gelatin
    -Yeast extract
    -Anything “hydrolyzed”
    -Textured protein




    Get moving:
    An aching head does not inspire one to get active, but getting up and moving-outside in fresh air if possible can help loosen up tight muscles causing a headache. It also gives you something to focus on to take your mind off the pain. Good exercise also releases endorphins, which can dull the uncomfortable sensation caused by a headache.

    Do YOGA.

    Apply a heat pack or ice pack to your head or neck (avoid extreme temperatures)

    Eat regular meals, taking care to maintain stable blood sugar.

    Get enough rest and regular sleep
    (!!!!)

    I have mentioned only some easy things to do to get cured of our headaches... But if you have headache frequently or persistently kindly visit your doctor....

    பின்குறிப்பு:
    It is found that most of the headaches caused are tension headaches ie, induced by tension or stress... இதை நம்மைத் தவிர வேறு யாராலும் சரி செய்ய முடியாது...!


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    re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    அட அட அட, உங்க தலைவலியுள்ளும் மற்றவர்கள் பற்றியும் கவலைப்பட்டு இவ்வளவு விசயங்கள் தேடி சொல்லி இருக்கீங்க. உங்களை நிச்சயம் பாராட்டத்தான் வேண்டும்.
    பகிர்ந்தமைக்கு மிகவும் நன்றி, தோழி. @vasu

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    re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    Thankyou sis

    (எனக்கு ஒரு doubtu....நிசமாவே இது பாராட்டா..lite ah கலாய்ச்ச மாதிரி இருக்கே???? )

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    re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    Quote Originally Posted by VaSu. View Post
    Thankyou sis

    (எனக்கு ஒரு doubtu....நிசமாவே இது பாராட்டா..lite ah கலாய்ச்ச மாதிரி இருக்கே???? )
    இல்லம்மா, நிச்சயம் பாராட்டுத்தான். @vasu,
    எனக்கெல்லாம் தலைவலி வந்தால், அதை போக்க வழி பார்ப்பேனே ஒழிய, அதை ஆராய்ச்சி பண்ணி, போஸ்ட் பண்ண தோன்றியதில்லை. (அட என்ற வார்த்தையை அடடே பிரமாதம் என்ற தொனியில் படிக்கவும்.)

    Last edited by kkmathy; 2nd Jul 2016 at 11:17 AM.

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    Re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    Super analysis friend, I always apply Tiger balm when I feel headache.

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    Re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    Normally i won't use tablets for headache , normally i will do yoga ,
    really useful , thanks for sharing.


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    Re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    Quote Originally Posted by kkmathy View Post
    இல்லம்மா, நிச்சயம் பாராட்டுத்தான். @vasu,
    எனக்கெல்லாம் தலைவலி வந்தால், அதை போக்க வழி பார்ப்பேனே ஒழிய, அதை ஆராய்ச்சி பண்ணி, போஸ்ட் பண்ண தோன்றியதில்லை. (அட என்ற வார்த்தையை அடடே பிரமாதம் என்ற தொனியில் படிக்கவும்.)
    hehe.. உங்க "அடடே பிரமாதம்" soopr sis.. நன்றி!

    ...புவியெங்கும் புன்னகை பூக்கட்டுமே!

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    Re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    Quote Originally Posted by sumathisrini View Post
    Super analysis friend, I always apply Tiger balm when I feel headache.
    Thanks sis Tiger balm is soopr effective la?? But enaku headache vandha paracetamol eduthukaama pogavey pogadhu :(

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    Re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    Quote Originally Posted by eden View Post
    Normally i won't use tablets for headache , normally i will do yoga ,
    really useful , thanks for sharing.
    Applause for ur habit of doing Yoga..
    Thanks for ur reply friend

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    Re: தலைவலி - ஒரு பார்வை - Headache

    Enna oru analysis good sharing VaSu

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