Let’s face it – most migraine medications provide meager, temporary benefits at best. Some come along with side effects that far outweigh the reasons for taking them. Because of these disappointments, more people are searching for natural ways to deal with headaches. But what if lying down in a dark room for hours until the attack passes isn’t your idea of a natural remedy? Here are a few other things to consider.
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Forbes magazine recently interviewed a migraine sufferer to see how she dealt with migraines. A few of her suggestions included:
The fact is that what works for one person may not provide any help to another, so while it is nice to hear suggestions from a fellow migraine sufferer, it doesn’t mean you’ll have the exact same experience. There is one natural means of helping migraines, however, that is finding a great deal of success.
When the top two bones of the spine are misaligned, it can affect proper brainstem function and inhibit blood flow to the brain. Migraines can be the end result. Thus, it makes sense that correcting the misalignment may remove the underlying factors leading up to migraines. For some, this has resulted in the complete resolution of a once chronic ailment. To learn more, find an upper cervical chiropractor near you and schedule a consultation.
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