Exercises for treating headaches and migraines
The head is an important part of the human body, where are located all of our sense organs along with the center of the nervous system - brain. Here is located vision, hearing, taste, smell and very fine touch receptors, that are across the whole face and especially around the mouth.
The face is composed of two main muscle groups - facial muscles and muscles of mastication (chewing muscles). The muscles of mastication are located in the area, where the lower jaw is connected to the upper jaw. Facial muscle secure infromative and communicative character of the face. The facial expressions serve for expressing emotions, which other people should be able to recognize. It happens frequently that when we don't hear the voice of the person, we can still assess what is going on with the person, or what is the person thinking about, based on the facial expression. Through facial muscles we can communicate and convey to our surrounding what do we feel and what are we going through. It is interesting that facial signals are understood the same on all the continents, across the whole globe. We have many facial muscles, but we use actively only a handful of them. Exercising these muscles has several benefits. In particular, thanks to the exercises, there is an increased blood circulation of blood under the skin, and the contours of the skin become stronger.
We also shouldn't underestimate the muscles of the head. Daily stress and other factors may cause increased tension in the eyes, muscles of mastication and facial muscles, which need to be subsequnetly relieved. As a result of that, it can lead to various unpleasant pain and problems, that might be subequently manifested.