If you’ve been afflicted by chronic headaches recently, it may be because you’re not getting enough vitamin D. During the spring and summer, we absorb a lot of vitamin D from the sun’s rays, but in the winter and fall, cloudy skies prevent us from getting our nutrient infusion. Since headaches are one of the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency, you might want to try adding a vitamin D supplement to your diet to see if that solves the problem. Sure, an over-the-counter pain reliever could make the headache go away, but it won’t solve a vitamin deficiency.
This SurfKY News post details the link between headaches and vitamin D, as well as listing other all-natural remedies for pain and other ailments. For example, if you’re finding yourself feeling sluggish in the middle of the afternoon, instead of drinking a sugary soda, take a walk around the block. A little outdoor activity will give your body a chance to infuse your blood with much needed fresh oxygen and the low-impact aerobic exercise will trigger an endorphin release in your body. Together, those two reactions will have the effect of making you feel reinvigorated, more focused and much more awake than you are feeling before.
Read the full article here: Natural Ways to Relieve Chronic Pain