Headaches are a very common medical complaint by people of all genders and ages as it can have numerous causes. Migraines are more severe than headaches, as they affect half of the brain and can become chronic if the cause is not treated properly. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), half the adult population experiences headaches without any prior indication.
Causes of Headaches and Migraines
There are several causes for migraines, which include:
- Emotional distress.
- Stress and tension from overworking.
- Poor sleeping routine.
- Unhealthy eating habits.
- Alcohol and excessive caffeine consumption.
- Medications which may have adverse effect on the patient.
- Medical issues with the brain tissue.
- Hereditary issues.
Symptoms of Headaches and Migraines
There are several symptoms which lead up to and are experienced during headaches, which are:
- Feeling of pressure caused by inflammation across the forehead or on the backsides of head.
- Sensitivity of the scalp, neck and shoulder muscles.
- Feeling of nausea and vomiting in severe cases.
- Sensitivty to stimuli such as touch, light, sounds and smells.
- Reduced, blurred vision.
Healing Headache Relief and Migraines through Tibenabvi
Intensive research has and is being conducted on headaches and migraines in order to fully understand them. Medicinal courses are specifically made in order to promote the patients’ health but are often accompanied by unwanted side effects. For example, aspirin is commonly used for relief against migraine but it is linked to rashes, upset stomach and heartburns.
Tibenabvi incorporates the best of medicine practices by The Holy Prophet (SAW) himself and brings relief for any ailment. By practicing these tibenabvi treatments for headaches and migraines, you can find relief from them without experiencing other medical complications.
1. Henna for Headache – Headache Remedies at Home
Henna has been favored by The Holy Prophet (SAW) for many purposes, ranging from usage as an antisepctic ointment to hair dye. Modern science has proven both the antiseptic and pain relieving qualities of henna. It protects the wound from external bacteria and other foreign particulates while the its cold nature reduces swelling, inflammation and excessive heat.
Henna has been used extensively by The Holy Prophet (SAW) for relieving headache and has been prescribed for the followers of Islam as well. As narrated by Ibn Majah that whenever Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. suffered from a headache, he used to cover his head with Henna (Khazaab) and said, “Henna helps to relieve headache by the permission of Allah”.
2. Hijama – Treat Tension Headache
Hijama is useful for relief against many different kinds of medical complications including headaches and migraines. The suction detoxifies the body by removing toxins and bad blood, leaving it pure and relieved of impurities.
Hijama has been practiced and prescribed by The Holy Prophet (SAW) himself. As narrated by Abu Dawud Book 22, the Book of Medicine, Hadith Number 3849, “If anyone complained to the Prophet (P.B.U.H) of a headache he told him to get himself cupped”.
3. Massage and Mild Pressure to Treat Headache at Home
Headaches and migraines can also be caused by inflammation and excessive pressure on the arteries and veins in brain. This pressure can be relieved with a mild massage or bandaging the head. However, care should be taken to have the cause diagnosed in case of chronic issues to ensure the treatment is effective.
Tying a cloth around the head has been practiced by The Holy Prophet (SAW) as well. Abu Naeem related from Ibn Abbas R.A. that he said, “Once, Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. delivered a speech while a cloth was tied around his head”.