When a person suffers from migraines on a regular basis, finding relief may start to feel like searching for the holy grail. One may begin to wonder if any real relief even exists. After all, it can be an emotional strain to get one’s hopes up every time a new medication is approved only to be let down by how poorly it works or by the side effects. At the same time, hope is important for migraine sufferers. Here are some reasons why.
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Hope is vital because it keeps you open to the next big idea. If you give up hope, you resign yourself to just working around the migraines for the rest of your life. Better to have the occasional disappointment on the way to finding the thing that works for you.
That’s the crazy thing about migraines. You may hear reports from your best friend’s roommate or your sister-in-law or from someone you only know through social media about this great thing that worked for them. It doesn’t mean it will necessarily work for you because migraines are as unique as the person who has them, but it’s still worth a shot because you only have to find the one thing that does work in your case.
Maybe for you, the answer you’ve been searching for will turn out to be upper cervical chiropractic.
Numerous case studies have emerged that are providing migraines sufferers with a reason for renewed hope in a natural means of finding relief. The fact is that many migraine issues seem to be linked to upper cervical misalignments, particularly in the C1 (atlas). This bone has the potential to affect everything from vertebral blood flow to cerebrospinal fluid drainage.
If your migraines are accompanied by neck pain, began following head or neck trauma, or even if you may have a misalignment due to repetitive motions at an office job, this may be the solution you’ve been waiting for. Contact an upper cervical chiropractor near you to schedule an evaluation of your upper cervical spine.
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