A banana peel can help you reduce a migraine

A banana peel can help you reduce a migraine

Bad news:

A tendency to have migraines is most often inherited. This was shown by a study of Italian scientists. Less often, migraine is due to pathological changes in the brain that occur with age. But this does not mean that you can not fight it.

Good news:

Ordinary bananas can become a preventive measure of the ailment!

The reason for a migraine, changes in the cerebral cortex, a conclusion reached by Italian scientists. Most often, the changes are hereditary, but they can also be caused by injuries that occur during life.

You may be surprised, but a banana diet can help you reduce migraines and symptoms, caused by this disease. Anxiety and headaches won’t disturb you that much if you stick to a banana diet.

Scientists believe that the secret of a banana diet is precisely this. The glucose level of a hungry person falls, bananas also contain a large number of sugars, which allows for a long period of maintaining the glucose level unchanged.

In addition, bananas contain tryptophan – “raw materials” for the production of the hormone of pleasure, serotonin, essential nervous system microelements, and vitamins: magnesium, potassium, B6, and B12.

We suggest you make compresses of banana peels, in order to relieve the pain. This method is neither time consuming, nor painful. All you need to do is to prepare a banana peel and to apply it to your forehead. Smash a banana peel and mix it with honey.

Put it with your fingertips on your forehead and make a light massage. Lie down and rest your head. You will feel relaxed after the session. You can turn off the lights or put on aroma candles.

Try out this method and feel better. However, you should visit your doctor and follow his prescription precisely. The natural remedy, at this point, should be only an additional method of health improvement. Take care and stay healthy.

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Rachell S. Anderson, Senior Writer

Written by Rachell S. Anderson, Senior Writer

Rachael has been with Live Science since 2010. She has a masters degree in journalism from New York University's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology and a Master of Science in biology from the University of California, San Diego.

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