Natural Relief for Migraines – The Neurofeedback Solution

Today, medical experts estimate that more than 45 million people in the United States alone deal with headaches on a regular basis. If you suffer regularly with tension or migraine headaches, then you know all too well how debilitating they can be. In severe cases, both types of headaches can actually prevent a person from working, going to school, and living a normal life. If you have tried over the counter and prescription medications without much or any success, you might want to consider the benefits that Neurofeedback provides.

Migraine headaches are usually localized in certain areas of the brain and this varies from person to person. The most commonly misdiagnosed headache is the sinus headache that is often a migraine, and not accurately diagnosed. It is very possible to have a migraine without any of the classic symptoms of migraine such as nausea or throbbing pain. Migraines tend to run in families.

Migraines are the result of turbulence in the brain that appears to have very slow wave activity. Theses inefficiencies in the brain can result in a series of symptoms including headaches, poor memory, loss of concentration, eating and sleep.

The brain receives the feedback from itself (almost like watching itself), and it learns to regulate the Central Nervous System that is the source of the migraines. As the brain is watching itself through the Neurofeedback process, it learns to detect where the turbulence is and changes itself to have a better outcome.

The most exciting news is that Migraine sufferers are shocked that such a treatment was not available to them prior to all the medications they took over the years. Usually it takes about 10 sessions to experience relief from the migraines. Permanent lasting change will take effect in about 20 to 40 sessions.

This non medication treatment modality is not presented enough in the media for headache sufferers to see that there are non medication modallities that are there that one can tap into.

The following are research articles on migraines and effectiveness of Neurofeedback:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21309444

http://www.eeginfo.com/research/migraines_main.php