The first thing you can try at home is ice. Take some ice and put it on your head or put it at the back of your skull. You can also put it along your neck, maybe even on the shoulders.
The cold ice works by constricting the blood vessels and reduce the transmission of pain to the brain. That will help reduce the pain from the migraines
Darken the room
Light is a common migraine trigger. When you’re having a migraine, it’s would be helpful to switch off the lights, maybe draw the curtains, and sit in the dark for a while until the migraine attack is gone.
Soften the noise
Just like light, noise is also a migraine trigger. During a migraine attack, even a little noise can feel like the sound of a clanging gong. So you want to soften the noise or move to a quiet place to stop the migraine.
A shot of caffeine
A couple of sips of your favorite caffeinated drink can help bring down migraine symptoms. This might take about 30 minutes to kick in but it has been found to work for migraine sufferers.
Water is obviously very important for your overall health, but for people who suffer from migraine headaches, it is absolutely critical to stay hydrated. Studies have shown that drinking water can not only reduce the frequency of migraine attacks but also the level of pain when they occur. So drink a lot of water and keep the migraines away.
Avoid strong scents
Strong scents and odors can trigger migraine attacks and even make the pain worse. So be sure to get away from such scents or stop the use of strongly scented products in your home or your office.