Lyme disease can cause numerous types of headaches, and for those of us who suffer with migraines, many find that Lyme disease may intensify the severity and duration of actual migraines.

For some, there is very little to do for the pain without prescription meds and/or prescription oxygen. The products below are the best I could find of alternative treatments for Lyme disease induced migraines. They can work on other types of migraines too (hormone or food induced.) I have suffered with migraines for my whole life and have found that as I revover from Lyme disease, my migraines are less frequent, but when I herx, I almost always have a migraine along with the other intensified symptoms.

To relieve the pain of migraines, I have a prescription medication for the very worse kind, and the following if they are not incapacitating.

Migravent  - all natural

or Excedrin Migraine (which has a lot of caffeine and may not be suitable for some.)

To prevent migraines, feverfew has been used for centuries around the world as a natural treatment. It is one of the most commonly used herbs for migraines.Laboratory studies show that feverfew can reduce inflammation and prevent blood vessel constriction (squeezing) that may lead to migraines.

Migraine Factor X


author disclaimer

The author of this website is not a licensed medical practitioner.  This information is based on her research and experience. This website is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure disease, and is not a substitute for consultation with a physician.  If you are sick, please consult a licensed medical practitioner.



Jenna Seaver author of lyme disease resource

Jenna in Maui



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