Just Cut Off My Head!

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migraineThere are close to 30 million reported Migraine sufferers, and they have it pretty bad.  The pain is described as booming and all-consuming.  Add severe nausea, extreme sensitivity to light and sound (a whisper sounds like someone is shouting), balance issues, visual disturbances and feeling “sick beyond sick” to the debilitating pain.  It then becomes easy to understand why Migraine sufferers would be willing to have their heads cut off to escape from their pain and suffering.

Then imagine having to go through this once every month for 3-5 days at a time.  And worse yet, some people have 2 or even 3 Migraines each and every month!

While debates continue about what causes them, many of the people I’ve worked with who suffer from Migraines seemingly have some things in common:

1.  They have tension in their low back or tailbone area

2.  They have tension in their upper chest and upper back areas.

3.  They have tension in their neck.

4.  They have tension where their head meets their spine, otherwise known as the Cranial Base.

5.  Much of the tensions outlined in #1 -4 above are present in the dural membranes along the spinal canal and/or  in the membranes inside the head.

6.  They tend to have tight jaw muscles.

Though not all of these are present in every person that suffers from Migraines that I’ve met or worked with, these are some areas, that once released, give way to less frequency and less intensity of Migraine suffering.

For those of you who suffer from Migraines and are reading this, know there is hope.

The vast majority of clients that I’ve worked with over the years have reported the following:

a.  Their Migraines don’t occur as often.  (And many report being migraine-free.)

b.  If they do occur, the intensity and pain are much less, and the symptoms do not last nearly as long.

c.  Many who came in for CranioSacral Therapy while suffering a full-on Migraine reported their symptoms being markedly decreased or nearly gone by the end of the session.

d.  The vast majority reported that their quality of life has greatly improved in many ways, from having better overall health, more energy and stamina, improved relationships with family and friends, more satisfied with their  jobs, more enjoyment of daily life, better sleep, more freedom to live their lives as they desire, without the disabling pain and sickness of Migraine headaches.

So, before you opt for cutting off your head, you may want to consider CranioSacral Therapy as a way out of Migraine pain and suffering.

Live Life Fully,

Sandy Schell

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