Congratulations! You’ve made it through another summer in Arizona. In fact, summer 2013 was the hottest in phoenix since U.S. record-keeping began in 1895, according to AZCentral.com. And now, finally, as Phoenix temperatures began to become bearable again, and residents dare to venture outdoors once again, our Phoenix doctors wanted to remind our patients how to keep the family safe and healthy this Fall season.
Have you ever had that irritating migraine that just will not go away? You have no medicine in the house and it is too painful to drive to the store or your Phoenix doctor to get some? Below are five natural ways, depending on the severity and the frequency of your migraines, that you can cure your migraine without having to leave the house.
One thing that has been linked to migraines is magnesium deficiency. There have been multiple studies done that have shown positive effects of having increased magnesium. The studies show that the severity and frequency of migraines is reduced when supplemental magnesium is ingested.