If you suffer from migraines, you may have trouble describing exactly how they feel. If your loved one suffers from migraines, you may think it’s just a really bad headache. Let’s consider a few accurate migraine descriptions to help clear the air.
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Here are three things a person may feel when a migraine is occurring:
Clearly, a person who is experiencing the symptoms noted above is dealing with more than just a severe headache.
Many who suffer from migraines get bounced from medication to medication searching for something that reduces the frequency of migraines or at least takes the edge off during an attack. Unfortunately, all of these are no more than trying to put a bandage on the symptoms. Upper cervical chiropractic care seeks to get to the source of the problem.
Through precise and gentle adjustments of the C1 and C2, an upper cervical chiropractor may be able to help remove a primary underlying cause of migraines. A misalignment in this region of the body can affect the brainstem, blood flow to the brain, and cerebrospinal fluid drainage. As a result, migraines may occur.
To learn more about how upper cervical chiropractic may be the long-term solution to your migraines, contact a practitioner near you to schedule a consultation.
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