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For some patients, chiropractic care can alleviate Vertigo And Dizziness Program the discomfort of tension headaches resulting in an improved quality of life and increased ability to function. A care plan begins with a thorough examination, where the chiropractic doctor learns about the person's history, symptoms, and different types of triggers that may lead to tension headaches. The chiropractor may then formulate a customized treatment plan to treat the pain that best fits the patient's needs.The chiropractor's treatment options may include spinal adjustments, acupuncture, acupressure, relaxation techniques, nutritional supplements, massage, muscle work, stress management techniques, or spinal decompression treatment. The goal of care is to diagnose and treat the cause of the problem which will thereby minimize the duration and frequency of the tension headaches and to aid in stress management.
Care from a chiropractic doctor is a safe, effective, and noninvasive form of treatment that may help very much in patients experiencing tension headaches. A continuing care plan may be recommended to ensure long lasting benefit to decrease the headache occurrence. Typically one or two visits will not be enough to alleviate the symptoms appropriately.Cluster headaches result in periodic episodes of intense head-splitting pain. This condition is a neurological condition that is one of the most painful types of headaches. They often strike in cyclical patterns that can go on for weeks. The person will have frequent bouts of cluster headaches and then they will stop for a period. Chiropractic treatment can be very helpful in minimizing the resultant pain and allow patients to work, play socialize, and sleep better.
Doctors do now know why cluster headaches occur. They may be related to the hypothalamus, they may be linked to seasonal changes, or a by-product of spinal misalignment, called vertebral subluxations.Some patients report that their headaches are triggered by certain stimuli, although these triggers do not seem to play a significantly large role in these cluster headaches. Drinking alcohol beverages, smoking tobacco, specific food products, stress and anxiety, and bright lights have all been named as triggers in producing headaches.