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How to erase a simple headache without aspirin.

Imagine yourself in a bubble of light -- purple, violet, or blue are good ones to experiment with, and then simply imagine that the light can seep through the skin into the cells of the whole body, lifting away the pain, and changing temperature to suit the occasion, either an experience of warmth or cold.


Next, you simply imagine your right hand placed in a bucket of iced water. Really cold iced water, so of course it will feel as though it has lost all sensation and gone numb -- without the painful bit of an actual pail of ice.

When the hand is completely anesthetized, simply rub it over the affected headache area and feel the numbing effect transferring from hand to pain, and the numbed hand restored to normal. This normally works well with one application, but there is nothing to stop you repeating it.

This "cold hand" one of the simplest of pain control techniques and is good for minor cramps, bumps and bruises as well.


There's a variant called the "inner pharmacy" that works brilliantly for some willing to play what seems to be a nonsense game. To do this one, imagine going into an old fashioned pharmacy of the mind where your subconscious stores all its remedies.


Visualize a gorgeous, old-fashioned, dark place that smells wonderful and has those old mahogany drawers and counter tops and shelves of brown, blue and green bottles containing different liquids or pills.

You just look over the shelves and pick the bottle that starts twinkling like a Xmas tree light. 

Either swallow one -- only one -- of the tablets inside or pour a into the medicine glass thoughtfully left on the counter for you. You can even visualize a water bottle there for those who need liquid to swallow a pill! Who says placebo effect doesn't work?



Your subconscious can't tell the difference, so the imaged medication will frequently work much faster than a pharmaceutical with no side effects.


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How about another ancient pain control technique? Relaxation techniques are often useful, especially if you can get hold of one of those little biofeedback meters that tells you when you're "stressed" or "relaxed" so you get to feel the difference.


Additionally, you may need to eat something, or get some sleep, or check your posture and the chairs you are sitting on for extended periods.


You can also try magnesium supplements or better yet magnesium spray.




It may sound like a ghastly idea, but a few swift minutes of vigorous exercise can set up enough biochemical changes to erase a simple headache.
So there are stacks of ideas that can be tried as an alternative to taking a tablet.


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Yoga and Herbs for Headaches

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