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Why Chinese Medicine Is a Perfect Solution for Chronic Headache Sufferers

Are you constantly battling with a headache?  You are not alone. In 2001 it was estimated that up to 15% of the Australian population between the age of 12 and 40 years of age suffer from constant headaches.  Yes, many people start to suffer from constant headaches from as young as 12 years of age and it is estimated that 23% of households have at least one family member who suffers from migraines regularly.  What is even worse is that as many as 42% of women regularly suffer from tension headaches.

That is a lot of people who are constantly consuming headache tablets just so they can get on with daily life.

Headache tablets often come with side effects to your health, especially if you are constantly taking them.  Many patient become reliant on pain tablets, but taking these tablets on a regular basis can cause plenty of health issues such as thinning the blood and even kidney failure.  

The good news is that you don’t always have to put your health at risk just to get on with daily life and to get momentary relief from headaches and migraines.  It is possible to get rid of headaches and migraines permanently or significantly reduce the intensity of these aches through Chinese Medicine.

Herbal Mixtures Can Help You Overcome Headaches and Migraines

Many people’s headaches are caused by external influences such as body injuries, a winter cold or tight neck and shoulder muscles and many people endure terrible headaches just because their bodies lack a specific nutrition.  Herbal Chinese medicines can be taken to reduce headaches by relaxing the body and muscles and by providing you with the lacking nutrition. Natural herbal medications also boost your body’s immune system to prevent you from getting colds and diseases and the herbs are incredible for restoring your body’s natural hormonal levels so you won’t get headaches as often.

Acupuncture to Help You Overcome Migraines and Headaches

Acupuncture is frequently used to help chronic headache sufferers find relief.  The acupuncture involves needling orEvergreen-Chinese-Medical-Centre-conditions treated-hero pressure point massaging specific areas of the body in order to relax muscles or to promote blood circulation and oxygen flow in these areas.  In doing so the body also identifies the problem area that is causing headache

s and your body starts to heal by itself. Headache sufferers can get great headache relief in a matter of minutes after getting acupuncture and they can experience long-lasting results.

Deep Tissue Massages

Deep tissue massages are also used to treat and overcome tension headaches.  The Chinese medicine doctor will perform a deep tissue massage on your body and will focus on the head, shoulders and back area in order to relieve the tension in your body.  

Lifestyle and Diet Changes

Sometimes a lifestyle and diet change can make a tremendous difference in how you feel.  Chinese Medicine is all about finding a good healthy balance through natural methods, herbs, and remedies.  Simple changes to your lifestyle such as more exercise, reduced sugar and caffeine intake and more can also help you overcome headaches and migraines permanently without the need for painkillers.

If you are tired of suffering from constant headaches and hate taking ineffective painkillers all the time then you should definitely visit Evergreen CMC. Our alternative medications and treatments are a lot healthier than drug prescription medications and can change your entire life for the better.  You will also be reducing the need to spend excessive amounts of money on headache medications in the long run and can enjoy a much better quality of life and much higher productivity levels with a clear and pain-free mind.

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Jim Xing

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