Migraine Relief


Latest news:

March 11, 2014:
Newly FDA approved headband offers treatment for migraine headaches.


Use guidelines:

The headband is designed to be used for 20 minutes per day.

What is the best migraine relief method?

Your Results May Vary, But Don't Give Up!

Migraine relief does not have a "one size fits all" solution. For many people, drugs like Imitrex have offered relief. For others, there are injectable medications for treatment. A new product, which is a neurostimulating headband, is approved in Europe and Canada for relief. Most people who experience migraines would rather prevent them then try to deal with them when they happen, because things like auras and flashes of light can be hard to deal with. Migraines can be a result of hormone changes or stress, and can be triggered by certain foods, so it could take some time to find out how to adjust your life, or supplement your diet, in a way that keeps migraines at bay. Some people have even found that the best migraine treatment involves abandoning your current life and living a less stressful one out of the way of society, but keep in mind that you can be in the most serene rural setting and still get a whopper of a headache. Finding the right solution for headaches can take a lot of time and money, and can bring about its own depression, since you will be unhappy every time a "proven" migraine treatment has failed and you are bedridden with a migraine.

Notes and Special Information

Special note: Migraine headaches can have different causes, including hormonal changes and stress, so it may be necessary to try several different methods until you find the one that works for you, even though other people swear by a pill, tiara, or lucky rock.