Migraine headaches

Migraine headaches

Migraine is a frequent, long-lasting neurovascular condition. It often begins in childhood or adolescence and peaks during middle age, predominantly affecting women.

Symptoms of Migraine

Headaches typically start near the temple, the back of the head, or behind the eyes, then gradually spread across the entire head. This pain can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms. Persistent migraines may lead to sleep problems and memory issues.

Treating Migraine Headaches

Non-drug therapies encompass massage, physical therapy, biofeedback, cognitive behavioral therapy, and acupuncture. Medication involves acute-phase drugs during headache attacks and preventive medications in between attacks. Low-level laser treatment with Alpha-BB.

"People with migraines typically tolerate Alpha-BB physiotherapy well, and the effects tend to last a long time."

 

What is Alpha-BB and how can it help?

Alpha-BB is a treatment that goes deep into cells to ease pain, reduce swelling, speed up tissue healing, boost blood vessel function, and limit the formation of tough tissue.

How is it used?

You place the device over your left ear for 8 minutes, then another 8 minutes on the right side. After that, spend 8 minutes on the back of your head. It's suggested to do this twice a day for 30 minutes each time.

How long does the treatment last?

A treatment course takes 5 days, with a 2-day break between courses. It's recommended to complete four rounds of treatment.

What happens after?

Once results show up, a maintenance therapy can continue. During this phase, treat once a day for 30 minutes for 5 consecutive days.