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Helps reduce the severity and/or frequency of migraine headaches and associated symptoms, such as nausea and vomiting, when taken for preventative maintenance.
What is Migraine Aid Plus™?
A safe, natural way to eliminate headache pain quickly and safely and helps reduce the severity and/or frequency of migraine headaches and associated symptoms, such as nausea and vomiting, when taken as a prophylactic.
Why Migraine Aid Plus™ works?
- A safe, natural way to eliminate headache pain quickly and safely.
- Helps reduce the severity and/or frequency of migraine headaches and associated symptoms, such as nausea and vomiting, when taken as a prophylactic.
About 40% of migraine patients are candidates for preventive treatments, but only 10% receive or take them. Doctors just want to treat the pain, because they have little time to spend with patients to explore other options. They need to start thinking about the treatment of migraine in a disease model context, in much the same way as hypertension or diabetes. Some studies have shown that migraine attacks can be cut in half or more with preventive treatments.
David Dodick, MD
professor of neurology at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix
About Migraine Aid Plus™
Absolutely. You can reduce the frequency of migraine attacks by identifying and then avoiding migraine triggers, you can use stress management and coping techniques along with relaxation training, and you can take preventive therapy with the right treatment. Migraine sufferers also report fewer attacks when they eat on a regular schedule and get adequate rest and regular exercise.
Commonly-used pain medications, if taken in large enough amounts, can cause rebound headaches, even the ones that were once thought of as "safe." While small amounts may be safe and effective, continued use can lead to the development of persistent low-grade headaches:
- Sinus relief medications
- Acetaminophen (Tylenol®)
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications
- Sleep sedatives
- Codeine and prescription narcotics
- Over-the-counter combination remedies with caffeine (Anacin®, Excedrin®, Bayer® Select)
- Ergotamine preparations
- Butalbital combination pain-relievers
Some of the more common triggers when it comes to food, beverages and additives include:
- Aged cheese or other foods containing tyramine (a substance formed when foods age and proteins break down), including some processed meats.
- Red wine (contains tyramine) and beer, whiskey or champagne, which increase blood flow to the brain and may have impurities which trigger migraines.
- Food preservatives/additives including nitrates, which dilate blood vessels.
- Cold food, like ice cream, which can cause brain freeze and related headaches.
- An overabundance of caffeine: While caffeine can help the body absorb headache medications more quickly (which is why you find it in common anagelics), if too much is consumed from other sources, such as coffee, tea, soft drinks and chocolate), it can make you more vulnerable to rebound headaches.