NOTE: There are many wrong and misleading resources on the subject of treating Migraines. GelStat Migraine® was created by a team of pharmacological experts and practicing physicians committed to changing that. Regardless of what product you buy, or remedy you choose, the following information should help provide a better understanding on how to approach your migraines.
Migraines, also known as Migraine Headaches, can cause significant pain and discomfort, often characterized by a throbbing or pulsating feeling within the skull. Migraines are often coupled with an extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Migraines are a notoriously difficult condition to treat properly, however a number of options exist that work to reduce the severity of migraine pain and the frequency of migraine occurrences.
What causes Migraines?
Unfortunately the root cause of migraine headaches is not fully understood. However, we do know many of the most common triggers which are likely to activate migraines in people prone to them. Some triggers can include: salty and processed foods, certain food additives and artificial sweeteners, caffeine*, alcohol, acute stress, overwhelming stimuli such as loud noises or bright lights, changes in sleep habits, hormonal changes in women like those experienced during menstruation, changes in medication or chemical intake.
Caffeine*, often used by national brands as an ingredient to treat migraines headaches.
- A Migraine is the same as an intense headache
- Migraines require powerful prescription pills to treat
- Migraines are only caused by light and sound
- Migraines will always last for hours or days
- Migraines are unique and treatable.
- Homeopathic migraine remedies are 100% safe and when formulated properly can be highly effective.
- Getting Migraines is not your fault.
- Migraines can be stomped out at the onset if treated correctly.
How do you know if it is a Migraine or a headache?
- Did you experience extreme sensitivity to light?
- Did your vision change, distort, or blur at the onset of your migraine/headache?
- Did you experience extreme sensitivity to sound?
- Was this migraine/headache similar to other, lesser headaches you have experienced in the past.