Migraines and headaches

Constantly getting headaches or migraines which are affecting your day to day routine. Our range of natural products may be able to help.

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Does Menopause cause Headaches?

It’s suggested that hormonal changes during the menopause may be directly linked to an increase in headaches and migraines, in the same way that the menstrual cycle can.

Ways to manage headaches

Identify Triggers

Some people find that certain foods or increases in stress can trigger their headaches and migraines.  Keeping a diary of your headaches and foods eaten before or levels of stress experienced can help you spot any patterns and triggers.

Alternative Therapies

Some women report a reduction in headaches following a course of acupuncture.

Eat Snacks

The NHS advises to eat small snacks frequently to keep blood sugar levels up.  Dried fruit and nuts are good snacks to eat.


Getting the right amount of sleep is important. Adopting a sleep ritual before going to bed really helps get your mind and body ready for a good night’s sleep.  The Sleep Ritual Trial Pack is a great way to kickstart your bedtime routine.


Turmeric – has various health benefits with the main one being its anti-inflammatory properties, helping combat aches, pains and headaches.

Turmeric is now available in different flavour teas such as vanilla, orange, spicy chai and matcha.

Magnesium has been called the ‘spark of life’ and plays an important role with our sleep, muscle pain, menstrual cramps, headaches and mood.  Unfortunately, it’s tricky to get your daily intake just from food so many women choose to take a supplement to ensure they are getting enough.

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