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  2. As a massage therapist, I'm frequently asked about which is the best therapy for reducing migraine headaches. In my experience, the best way to answer this question is to provide an example and explain how each method of treatment works. The first category that I will discuss is Craniosacral therapy. This is a type of massage that focuses on the back, neck, and shoulder regions. Craniosacral therapy works to restore the proper alignment of the spine and relieve muscle tension in the back.
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  4. Also known as"Cranio-Sacral" treatment, this technique employs massage strokes which gently pull on the delicate bones of the back and neck. This gentle motion stretches and stimulates the underlying muscles to relieve muscle spasms and reduce muscle strain in the back. Adding this mild treatment to your next massage session will help to reduce overall stress levels, relieve migraine headaches, and provide migraine headache relief. This treatment is very gentle and effective.
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  6. Another gentle treatment is known as craniosacral therapy or Osteopathy. It's also known as chiropractic care and may be used together with cranial sacral therapy. Osteopathic or chiropractic care is a gentle, hands-on treatment that utilizes chiropractic manipulative techniques so as to take care of problems related to the skeletal and joint systems. Osteopath is similar to massage because it also uses gentle strokes and utilizes gentle manipulation. However, it's very different in that osteopathic specialists perform diagnostic exams, prescribe therapies, and refer their patients to other specialists when required.
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  8. Another professional who plays craniosacral therapy is a Chiropractor. A chiropractor will use his or her hands in the exact same gentle manner that a qualified massage therapist uses. Along with performing manipulative therapy on the patient, chiropractors will also recommend adjustments to the patient's lifestyle. This can include eliminating patterns of stress and anxiety to be able to decrease tension headaches. A chiropractor may also recommend dietary modifications and physical exercises in order to relieve chronic pain and prevent migraine headaches.
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  10. Along with these recommendations from various craniosacral therapy and osteopathic professionals, a patient must also eliminate patterns of sleep. Irregular sleep patterns are brought on by a range of factors such as lack of sufficient sleep, environmental factors like pollution and extreme temperatures, in addition to medical conditions including head injuries. If an individual experiences insomnia regularly, he or she should consult a professional in the field to identify the source of his or her insomnia. Once identified, the practitioner will then make suggestions to help the individual get more restful sleep. Other recommendations from several experts include getting more exercise, avoiding caffeine and alcohol, quitting smoking, maintaining good posture, consuming more fruits and vegetables, avoiding smoking, consuming more dietary fats, consuming more zinc, and preventing muscle strain.
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  12. Massage therapy is proven to help with muscle pain by relaxing the muscles and releasing tension in the body. Many experts recommend therapeutic massage therapies for patients that suffer from arthritis and other musculoskeletal disorders. Massage therapists often recommend stretching techniques, such as gentle stretching of the hamstring, hip adductor, quadriceps, trapezius, and pectoral muscles. The gentle stretching techniques to release the tension in the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissues while improving circulation and flexibility.
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  14. Dr. Upledger emphasizes that massage therapy is safer than other procedures like surgery, chiropractic visits, or medication as it's non-invasive. Furthermore, most practitioners are trained to work with people of all ages. In fact, many professionals have backgrounds in educational training and working with children, which makes them capable of working with patients that range from young teens to older adults. Furthermore, massage therapy is a kind of nonsurgical complementary medication which means it is used in conjunction with traditional medical approaches to be able to achieve optimum healing results.
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  16.  대전출장 Massage therapy has helped thousands of patients improve their health, relieve pain, relax, enhance mood and stress levels, improve circulation, and reduce swelling, stiffness, and headaches. In addition, the calming effect of massage can improve blood circulation in the brain and heart, increasing blood flow to key areas of the body and helping the body fight diseases such as cancer, hypertension, asthma, heart disease, and inflammation. Moreover, regular therapy may also prevent a variety of conditions, such as arthritis and osteoarthritis, kidney and bladder problems, migraine headaches, menstrual irregularities and PMS.
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