What is a Headache?
Headaches and migraines are - at the root - a symptom of the body reaching its maximum capacity to bear stress. Tense muscles pulling on the skull, blood pressure, blood sugar levels, hunger, dehydration, sleep quality and regularity, stress levels, hormone levels, sickness, immunity, and a combination of factors can create short-term or long-term headaches.
But combining enough factors or lowering the body’s ability to cope with stress will lead to a variety of symptoms - including headaches and migraines.
If you get chronic headaches or migraines, you understand that headaches and migraines can be complicated. How can massage therapy help?
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Help Your headache with Massage
Our bodies are designed to bear stress. By decreasing the strain levels on the body, we can increase the body’s resilience to strain and therefore reduce the frequency of headaches and migraines.
Massage therapy can:
Increase quality of sleep (reducing time falling asleep, helping the body stay asleep, and increasing depth of sleep)
Increase quality of circulation in body
Decrease sympathetic tone in the body (the fight and flight response) and help the body process stress
Decrease muscle tension
Regulate blood sugar levels
Sickness/Chronic illness (help decrease strain
Release muscles to address postural factors
Benefits of Massage for Headaches and Migraines:
Find long-term reduction in severity, frequency, or duration of your headaches or migraines
Learn headache-reducing techniques that act faster than medication
Successfully reduction of severity, frequency, and duration of your headaches can result in reducing or ending the use of medications for headaches including muscle relaxants, anti-inflammatories, and pain-blockers.
Schedule online or call to experience the life-changing relief of massage today.