Monday, February 29, 2016

Helpful Tips for People Suffering from Chronic Fatigue Headaches!

Chronic fatigue is no laughing matter and it’s quite common in America. You try to sleep and get the rest you need, but in the morning you wake up exhausted, with tight muscles and a tension headache to go with it.  While chronic fatigue is a complex issue, we at Eurospa do have some helpful tips for you who suffer from it, so you can at least reduce and relieve some of the most common pain; the headache. 

  • Food: Some foods are going to aggravate your condition. Some of the most common ones will be those that cause inflammation, such as processed sugar, white grains, coffee and dairy. Reduce these and you’ll not only sleep better, but be able to have less tension in your muscles.
  • Hydrate:  Try to Drink 2-3 liters a day. Your brain cells and blood need to be hydrated properly for everything to work smoothly.  Dehydration in the muscles cause tightening, which leads to headaches in the neck and forehead.
  • Sleep:  Aim to get 7-9 hours each night. Be sure that you have a relaxation routine before bed, without media, to help you get pure and restful sleep. Power naps are also very helpful just after lunch, to get you through the day with less pain.
  • Massage:  Gently Massage your middle and index finger along the back of your neck and in small circles at the temples and between the eyebrows.
  • Relax:  We are an over scheduled society that tends to worry about the smallest details in life.  Make time to pause in your day and breathe deeply, bringing as much oxygen to your cells and muscle fibers as possible.
  • Take Screen Breaks: Staring at the computer, your phone or TV forces your eyes to not only stare in one place for an extended amount of time, but the screen itself can cause eye strain. Take 2 minute breaks every 30 minutes to close your eyes as well as find different locations around the room to focus on, to keep the muscles of your eyes mobile.
  • Eucalyptus:  Applying eucalyptus oil to your forehead can be incredibly soothing for stress headaches in the same manner as peppermint oil. (see below) Like peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil can soothe, relax muscles and clear nasal passages.  It's great to inhale as well, because it has anti microbial properties that can help attack germs and viruses that may be causing the headache. Either put a few drops of eucalyptus oil into a bowl of steaming water and inhale deeply or take advantage of our Eucalyptus Oil Shower Spray, while enjoy a nice shower or bath
It’s tiring having to deal with the regular pain and exhaustion of chronic fatigue, but there are definitely ways to lessen the torture and find relief. For more information or to order high quality eucalyptus and menthol products, head over to Eurospa!

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