Answer: Hi dear, Your body experiences a surge of hormones and an increase in blood volume. These two changes can cause more frequent headaches. Some tips to ease: 1 keep yourself hydrated , drinking water can ease . 2 try eating smaller meals more frequently (to prevent low blood sugar) 3 squeezing in a daily nap or practicing good posture . 4 If you're feeling the headachy effects of cut back on caffeine 5 hold a cold compress or ice pack at the base of your neck. For leg pain: 1 Elevate your feet when resting, if possible. 2 Use a heating pad or gentle massage on the back of your thigh . 3 soak your legs in hot water. 4 Avoid standing for long hours . 5 Try taking a hot shower or bath 6 start low impact exercises like walk. 7 if these remedies do not work ask your doctor too add calcium or magnesium supplements to you diet.
Answer: Hi you can apply coconut oil in your head and balm on forehead. It will give you relief. For legal pain apply oil and massage. Do hit water bag fermentation . Keep your legs elevated. You should also drink lots of water.. It will help.. Take care.
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