Migraines are a chronic health issue experienced all around the world. In the US alone, more than 38 million people suffer from the severe headaches, nausea, and sensory sensitivities that migraines cause. Some experience chronic migraines, which means that attacks take up 15 or more days each month. You might feel that chronic migraines are pushing you to feel years older than you actually are. What can be done?
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Migraines can result in many missed days of work. Some employers don’t understand how debilitating the condition can be. Some jobs are difficult to hold down when you’re not sure how you will feel from one morning to the next.
Then there are the friends who just don’t understand why you’re reluctant to make plans for next month or even next week. It can be tempting to give up, stay home, get some cats for company, and turn into a homebody. Even family relationships may become strained due to chronic health issues.
So is that it? Should you just relegate yourself to living the life of someone twice your age or older? We’ve got something for you to try first.
Case studies reveal that many patients who suffer from migraines or headaches are being helped by upper cervical chiropractic care. Why does this gentle and natural technique get results? It is because the bones of the upper neck play a crucial role in everything from brainstem function to proper drainage of cerebrospinal fluid. Without these bones positioned properly, chronic migraines can become a sad reality. But that also means correcting this underlying issue may provide the long-term relief that many have been searching for.
When an upper cervical chiropractor uses a small amount of pressure to get the top bones of the spine back into proper alignment, the results can be far-reaching. For some, migraines have completely resolved. Others experience overall better health and quality of life. Are you willing to give this safe and natural form of care a try? Finding a practitioner near you may be the first step on the road to greater wellbeing.
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