Migraine, Migraine, Go Away
If you’ve ever experienced a migraine headache, you know it can be severe enough to interfere with sleep, work and everyday activities. The throbbing and pulsating pain of a migraine is usually associated with nausea, vomiting and extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Migraines can last a few hours or even days and are crippling for many people.
Symptoms vary from person to person, but there are usually subtle changes that alert you to an impending migraine. Many notice irritability, depression, neck stiffness and hyperactivity a day or two prior to an attack. Some people also experience visual disturbances or flashes of light before or during a migraine.
Headaches are common among people with cancer. Chemotherapy, medication and the disease itself can cause migraines for those battling this disease. Getting enough sleep, eating well and reducing stress may help reduce the number and severity of headaches. Some patients have found that alternative therapies such as acupuncture and massage are beneficial too.
“Previously I could only endure my migraines with strong medication, that left me unable to care for my children. The Milkweed Balm has helped me control the migraine pain without any side effects.” say Sheelagh Lucas, “I also like the sustainability factor. A pain reliever that actually harmonizes with nature.”