Nasal Sprays for Migraines: Do They Work?

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Do you suffer from migraines and feel like finding relief is a hopeless crusade? Do you fear you’ve exhausted every possible way to cope with your frequent migraine episodes? Don’t give up just yet! Chances are, you have overlooked two other potential sources of migraine relief: using nasal sprays and receiving chiropractic atlas adjustment. Read on to learn how they can potentially turn the tide and help you combat your migraine episodes and get your life back.

 

The Science Behind Migraine Nasal Sprays 

When it comes to alleviating migraines, nasal sprays may not be the first thing that comes to mind. However, science has shown that these simple yet effective solutions can be a game-changer for anyone suffering from mild to intense migraines. 

In fact, they have been used to treat migraines for decades. While medications and other medical treatments can help you manage your migraine symptoms, nasal sprays may be an alternative that works better for you. This is especially true if you’re someone whose body doesn’t respond well to painkillers or that medications give you substantial side effects that you just end up in more pain.

They are often used as an alternative remedy or a supplemental treatment option because they are easy to use and provide significant results.  Furthermore, nasal sprays are easy to store, so you can conveniently use them on the go, at home or work, and even in a car or plane. 

Nasal sprays deliver a small amount of medication directly into the nasal passages, which are then absorbed into the bloodstream and transported to the brain. This can help reduce inflammation and swelling in the nasal passages, which can trigger migraines. 

The key to using nasal sprays effectively is timing. As much as possible, you must use them at the onset of a migraine can improve their efficacy in providing relief. So, the next time you feel a migraine coming on, consider reaching for a nasal spray; your brain (and nose) will thank you!

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Try Chiropractic Atlas Adjustment for Lasting Migraine Relief

Besides nasal sprays, many migraineurs put their trust in Upper Cervical Care. And this is because a chiropractic atlas adjustment can provide many benefits, especially to someone enslaved by migraine episodes for months or years. 

Notably, Upper Cervical Care works by fixing signal transmission problems that prevent your nervous system from communicating correctly with your body. This issue mainly occurs when your atlas and axis bones shift away from their neutral alignment, putting significant pressure on the nerves and blood vessels that supply the head and uppermost body. 

Upper Cervical Chiropractic is the art and science of realigning the atlas vertebra to allow affected nerves, blood vessels, and muscles to return to their original positions and begin healing. Injuries to the head and neck that occurred previously put these structures in a precarious situation because of torn or damaged ligaments holding the atlas and axis bones in place.

Allowing these improvements is key to addressing your recurring migraine episodes and their accompanying symptoms. So, we encourage you to try Upper Cervical Care by booking your appointment with a trusted Cervical Chiropractor in your area today!

 

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