Many factors can induce a headaches; these range from allergies and dehydration to hormonal imbalance and neural-based conditions. The result is a high state of stress and imbalance for your brain. Anyone who's ever had a severe headache knows it's not something they want again. It can disturb your work, your social life, and result in extreme pain and other debilitating symptoms.
You don't have to suffer - BrainCore can help. Research has shown that neurofeedback is one of the most effective medication free therapies for migraines.
What Is it and How Do I Stop It?
High levels of stress in your brain causes brainwave imbalance. This is when a severe headache occurs. This event can negatively impact normal brain function. If the stress trigger goes unaddressed, the headache response becomes chronic. Once this pattern develops it is harder and harder for your brain to regulate or normalize function.
How Effective is Medication?
Medication is often the first response of many healthcare providers when dealing with chronic headaches. But those suffering from migraines frequently report that the use of meds does not help. Medications might offer temporary pain relief but they do not address the underlying brainwave imbalance. In addition, medications can inadvertently increase the likelihood of dependence and addiction without ever actually correcting the problem.
Is Neurofeedback the answer?
BrainCore EEG Biofeedback is a scientifically proven system. This process retrains the brain to develop new responses to triggers and stressors. These new neural pathways improve brainwave balance and function. The result is a healthier brain that has fewer symptoms and an increase in calm. Conducted studies have shown more than a 54% rate of total cessation of pain and symptoms and 99% reported a decrease in pain and symptoms. Once brainwaves are normalized, healthy, happy, brain function is renewed.
BrainCore of Birmingham Can Help
Using state of the art technology, our BrainCore's Neurofeedback therapy specialists are able to map an individual's brain and determine where the imbalance exists. From there we can chart a course toward balance, recovery, and optimum health.