A headache is pain experienced around the head, outside of the cranium. Most headaches involve pulsating pains or throbbing. Migraines involve not just head pain, but also nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and occasional dizziness.
1A major cause of migraines and other headaches is toxemia. When the level of toxins in the body becomes excessively high, the nerves and blood vessels in the head and neck region become irritated. Such irritation can trigger headache pain. The solution is to reduce the level of toxins by changing your lifestyle, resting, eating foods cooked as little as possible, preferably raw and meditating.
2Lie down and rest with your eyes closed.
3You must keep your attention focused on the pain in your head. It may feel extremely intense at first. It may seem almost unbearable. You may want to turn your attention away from it. Don’t try to fight the pain. This will make it worse. If you accept the pain, it will be easier to endure. As you focus on it, it will begin to ease up. Your body will not give you more pain than you can endure.