You are not alone. These affect 1 out of 7 people and the complete cause is unknown.
While there is no cure for migraine headaches, many forms of treatment have been shown to either ease them when they arrive, or reduce their frequency.
Painkillers such as advil or tylenol can be used to ease constant headaches.
If these are not effective, your Doctor may prescribe stronger painkillers.
Some people find that anti-inflammatory medications are more effective.
Anti-nausea medications are available if you suffer with feelings of sickness.
Avoid known triggers.
Massage Therapy has been known to help sufferers by reducing the frequency and in some cases reduce or eliminate the symptoms during an event.
Regular, more frequent, or new migraines and headaches should be investigated by your Doctor.
Knowing what triggers your Headaches/Migraines is a significant part of treating them. If you are interested in receiving a free a tracking sheet to try and assist you in your reducing your attacks, request it below and we will send you one.