“Migraines don’t kill you. They just torture you enough to wish they did.”

Neurofeedback for Migraines

NO MORE MIGRAINES. 
NO MORE DRUGS.

This pain is unbearable. The throbbing and the pulsing and the sensitivity to light. It hurts to walk, to move, and to hear sound. Day after day of this is too much and you feel desperate to control it. We understand and we have an option that can help!

If you have had a headache for more than four days that last up to three hours each day, you may be experiencing migraines. Some people get them once every few weeks. Others get migraines every week, or even every day. They often begin in childhood, but onset may also occur later in life. Either way, they are debilitating and can make day-to-day activities difficult to complete and weekend plans impossible to enjoy. However, migraines can be greatly reduced – both in frequency and in intensity – by regulating brain activity. At Grey Matters, we let your brain show us what may be contributing to the problem, and then create a custom migraine treatment plan to train your brain to stay in a calm, balanced state.

SYMPTOMS OF MIGRAINES

  • Sensitivity to light, noise and odors
  • Nausea and vomiting, stomach upset, abdominal pain
  • Loss of appetite
  • Feeling very warm (sweating) or cold (chills)
  • Pale color (pallor)
  • Feeling tired
  • Dizziness
  • Blurred vision
  • Tender Scalp

“Some pain you can distance yourself from, but a migraine sits right where you live.”

“Some pain you can distance yourself from, but a migraine sits right where you live.”

MIGRAINE 
TRIGGERS

  • Emotional stress and worry. Other emotions like anxiety, worry and excitement can increase muscle tension and dilate blood vessels. That can make the migraine more severe.
  • Sensitivity to specific food chemicals and preservatives.
  • Caffeine. Having too much caffeine or withdrawal from caffeine can cause headaches when the caffeine level abruptly drops.
  • Hormonal changes in women.
  • Changing weather conditions such as storm fronts, barometric pressure changes, strong winds or changes in altitude.
  • Bright light, fluorescent light, flashing lights, sunlight.
  • Being overly tired.
  • Overexertion.
  • Missing meals, dieting or not drinking enough liquids.
  • Changes in normal sleep pattern.
  • Loud noises.
  • Exposure to smoke, perfumes or other odors.
  • Certain medications that cause blood vessels to swell.
  • Overuse or daily use of headache-relieving medications.

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