“Migraine is a common, burdensome, and disabling disorder that increases throughout childhood and early adult life until approximately the age of 40 years, after which it declines.1 In 2005, The American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention center calculated that as much as 35 million of the US population had migraine” . (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)
We all had a headache or two and unfortunately they are common. Usually the pain is temporary and mild. If headaches are more frequent and cause severe pain that is debilitating or affects our quality of our life it might be a more serious issue that need to be addressed.
Generally there are two types of headaches:
- Migraines: typically individuals that suffer from Migraines will report that they may feel nausea and sensitivity to light and sounds.
- Tension Headaches: Typically more muscular in nature and may appear as pain on both sides of the head.
Booth types of headaches can affect our quality of life dramatically. Often, individuals that suffer from these types of headaches will report vision issues, bodily function issues, as well as mood and personality issues.
A major cause of headaches and migraines is neuromusculoskeletal in nature. Aligning the spine with spinal adjustments will reduce the pressure on the nerves that may be causing the headaches.
Often, muscular tension and nerve stress can cause headaches. Spinal adjustments can reduce the pressure on that system relieving the pain and tension in your head, Neck and shoulder. Spinal adjustments will help improve overall function in your body contribution to optimal health.
Often, when a new patient comes to visit us they do not have a headache on that day, should they still come in? Of course. The underlying cause is still there and unless we correct the problem it will often return. In order to prevent the problem from coming back, we will often recommend repeated visits and enough time to rebuild and strengthen the muscles in that area.
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Pediatric Chiropractic Recommendations
I strongly recommend for all babies to have their spine and nerve system evaluated evaluated and adjusted as needed on a regular basis (as early as a few hours/days old). I check my son for misalignmenmts on a regular basis, and he gets adjusted on a regular (weekly) basis. Not because something is wrong with him, but because I want for him to be able to express his full human potential. This potential, the way we function, heal and think is abstracted and interfered with by spinal misalignments. My son, my wife and myself will keep getting regular chiropractic care as long as we are around.
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