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I have a migraine, what will get rid of it quickly?

I have a migraine, what will get rid of it quickly? Topic: Beta research school
June 17, 2019 / By Anakin
Question: My head is killing me. I've had migraines (diagnosed by the doctor) since I was 5, so I'm sure it is one. They usually last for 48-60 hours, but I NEED to be better by Tuesday. I have my final English GCSE so ideally I need to be in school to revise tomorrow. I've taken my migraine medicine and been in a dark room sleeping all day (It's 13.40pm) but is there anything else I can do? This one, I think, is linked to my menstrual cycle, as I was due on my period yesterday. P.s I know looking at my phone isn't helping, I just need quick answers. I'm 16, thanks :)
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Topsey Topsey | 3 days ago
I know how you feel. I suffer migraines too and it was always a worry when i had important exams coming up like my GCSE's. Worry could help trigger or prolong your migraine though. *Take your medicine as prescribed. (I'm presuming it's pain medication designed for migraines?) *Get plenty of sleep. *Rest and relax rather than worrying about your exams. *If you have one use a stick of 4head/headsoothe (or similar product). If you don't have one use a cold compress. *Make sure you eat. Even if it's just small snacks. *Avoid anything and everything that can trigger or worsen migraines such as cheese or chocolate. *Manage your head with lots of pressure where the pain is. I read somewhere once (there's a lot of research that's not proven with migraines) that if you place your hands over your nose and mouth and breath in and out slowly that it helps. Apparently it's something to do with the amount of oxygen getting to the brain. Once a migraine has started there's not much you can do but try the above see if they help. Also if you haven't seen your doctor recently i would pay a visit. Migraines can't be cured but different methods can be used to help. Doctors are now trying to prevent migraines more than treat them once they occur. I take a beta blocker to try and prevent my migraines, but some take certain types of anti depressants to prevent them. Also take a look at what pain medication your taking. There might be something stronger or that works better for you.
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Topsey Originally Answered: I have a migraine, what will get rid of it quickly?
I know how you feel. I suffer migraines too and it was always a worry when i had important exams coming up like my GCSE's. Worry could help trigger or prolong your migraine though. *Take your medicine as prescribed. (I'm presuming it's pain medication designed for migraines?) *Get plenty of sleep. *Rest and relax rather than worrying about your exams. *If you have one use a stick of 4head/headsoothe (or similar product). If you don't have one use a cold compress. *Make sure you eat. Even if it's just small snacks. *Avoid anything and everything that can trigger or worsen migraines such as cheese or chocolate. *Manage your head with lots of pressure where the pain is. I read somewhere once (there's a lot of research that's not proven with migraines) that if you place your hands over your nose and mouth and breath in and out slowly that it helps. Apparently it's something to do with the amount of oxygen getting to the brain. Once a migraine has started there's not much you can do but try the above see if they help. Also if you haven't seen your doctor recently i would pay a visit. Migraines can't be cured but different methods can be used to help. Doctors are now trying to prevent migraines more than treat them once they occur. I take a beta blocker to try and prevent my migraines, but some take certain types of anti depressants to prevent them. Also take a look at what pain medication your taking. There might be something stronger or that works better for you.

Ruthie Ruthie
I've never had a migraine, but I do sometimes have some major headaches. I know they're different, but the easiest way to solve anything like that without medicine, etc., is to calm down. Are you under a lot of stress? Have you been over working yourself? Is it genetic (is that possible?)? Well, for now, I'd just suggest that every time you get a migraine, you relax yourself completely. Empty your mind. Start by focusing on one part of your body, resting it, and then moving on. Imagine you're floating, swimming, or anything else you find pleasant. Try to stick to being in a quiet area while you meditate like this. Sorry if it's not helpful. The only other thing I can think is to see a few different doctors. Feel better!
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Nellie Nellie
Paracetamols, Mefenamic Acid or Ibuprofen Tablets would help. Its safe to drink it once every 5 hours a day. If you have severe migraine I think you should consult a doctor.
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Louiza Louiza
wow i have my english gcse exam on tuesday too, good luck. And yeah its good to keep drinking lots of water as much a possible really and you really should get some tablets for that, my mum gets them all the time and what she does is she takes a tablet and then sleeps and when she wakes up she feels better :D just ask your mum to go get some tablets from your local pharmacy and hopefully you will feel better xxxx
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Louiza Originally Answered: I have a migraine, what will get rid of it quickly?
I know how you feel. I suffer migraines too and it was always a worry when i had important exams coming up like my GCSE's. Worry could help trigger or prolong your migraine though. *Take your medicine as prescribed. (I'm presuming it's pain medication designed for migraines?) *Get plenty of sleep. *Rest and relax rather than worrying about your exams. *If you have one use a stick of 4head/headsoothe (or similar product). If you don't have one use a cold compress. *Make sure you eat. Even if it's just small snacks. *Avoid anything and everything that can trigger or worsen migraines such as cheese or chocolate. *Manage your head with lots of pressure where the pain is. I read somewhere once (there's a lot of research that's not proven with migraines) that if you place your hands over your nose and mouth and breath in and out slowly that it helps. Apparently it's something to do with the amount of oxygen getting to the brain. Once a migraine has started there's not much you can do but try the above see if they help. Also if you haven't seen your doctor recently i would pay a visit. Migraines can't be cured but different methods can be used to help. Doctors are now trying to prevent migraines more than treat them once they occur. I take a beta blocker to try and prevent my migraines, but some take certain types of anti depressants to prevent them. Also take a look at what pain medication your taking. There might be something stronger or that works better for you.

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