Solving Chronic Headaches & Migraines With Exercise

Headaches and Migraines have become a prevalent cause for concern for many people. The need and desperation to find a cure has seen an abundance of advertising targeting reducing the severity or frequency of consistent headaches and migraines. In our clinic, we have seen a variety of different headache-related complaints all with unique triggers, frequencies and durations. We’ve tried and tested various options seeking a resolution to the headache epidemic and have seen some great results using exercise-focused, non-pharmaceutical interventions.

What Causes Chronic Headaches?

Stress
Poor Sleep
Shoulder & Scapular Problems
Poor Posture
Neck Muscle Weakness
Poor Nutrition
Physical Inactivity

Each of these potential causes has an in-depth pathway that can result in headaches. The nitty gritty explanations of how headaches can be caused is not that important as we are focused on breaking the cycle and getting lasting relief.

Many people turn to pain relief medication as a first point of call. Although medication can help mitigate the unpleasant effects of a headache, it fails to address the problem at it’s root cause. In order to effectively break the headache cycle you’ll need to invest some energy to identifying why you’re suffering from headaches day in and day out.

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