Migraine Headaches are an awful experience. Suffering from migraine headaches can be painful to the point of being debilitating. There is a reason why those suffering from Migraines regularly are willing to do pretty much anything for some relief. Migraines are an extreme headache disorder causing societal and psychological burdens due to connected healthcare costs and non-attendance from school and work etc.
We frequently treat Migraines using Acupuncture, a well-known holistic treatment with its roots in ancient wisdom and modern science. Migraines are now a major issue in a significant portion of the local population and here’s how Acupuncture can help those who are suffering from Migraine Headaches
Acupuncture Can Treat Migraine Headaches
Acupuncture has the ability to treat a wide range of ailments, but many Brisbane locals don’t know that Migraine is right at the top of that list. It is completely different than the usual Western approach to medicine and it is precisely what Migraine sufferers need.
The process involves inserting thin metallic needles into various sites on the body to stimulate the body’s built-in painkilling mechanism, stimulate nerves and to increase blood flow to certain sites in the body. This traditional Chinese practise balances the body’s energy, helping it heal from the inside out.
An Acupuncturist at the Brisbane Livewell Clinic will start off by understanding the root cause of a migraine. After having checked the vitals, your Acupuncturist will more onto create a detailed treatment plan targeted at the cause while also solving any other symptoms.
It is extremely important that you only receive this treatment from a licensed Acupuncturist. They excel at alleviating the Migraine Headache completely and can also prevent future episodes from occurring. Additionally, Acupuncture also has no side effects, making it a very safe, long-lasting, reliable and cost-effective way of dealing with Migraines
Acupuncture is useful as a supplementary treatment as well as an alternative treatment, working well even in situations where there is no little or no response to drug therapy.