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  • Jessica Gomes

    This list has major quackery in it. Wear an amber necklace? Seriously? There is no scientific evidence bee necklaces help with pain at all. It's quackery and when used on kids can be deadly. Any doctor will tell you this is just snake oil. Amber cannot be absorbed into your bloodstream by a necklace.

  • Kristen Gutierrez

    I guess some of the suggestions could maybe work. But the eat something when you have a headache, no way. If I ate every single time I had a headache, it wouldn't be pretty.

  • Redd Pond

    agreed,,,things that really work: keep a headache diary, look for triggers, keep hydrated, talk to your doctor about alternate therapies and dont take any herbal remedies without consulting them first, there are some that are mildly effective but can be contraindicated when taken with other medicines...

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