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Have things got too much?

It’s amazing how much pain we can take before it becomes ‘too much’. We can go days, weeks and sometimes even years before it gets too much. But when we do, you know as well as I do that you want to be pain free yesterday.

I’m going to guess that as you are here, with me, reading this the headaches you are experiencing have got too much and you need help.

If this is the case, then I can happily say this may be the most important message you will read today.

Get your free copy of our guide to headaches

If this is the case, then I can happily say this may be the most important message you will read today.

Before we go on I want to put you at ease.

The good news is that most headaches are not serious and are a result of today’s modern, stressful lifestyle

Because headaches are so common, some people think they are a normal part of life. Headaches are not normal. So, just think for one moment,  we don’t think tooth pain or chest pain is not normal so why would we think headaches are normal? Painkillers might give some relief from your headaches, but they do not address the cause of the problem. Headaches are a warning sing that something is wrong so just taking painkillers will mask the problem allowing it to get worse. Even worse, a side affect of painkillers is that they can cause a headache!

Headaches are common but they’re not normal.

Often, poor posture or emotional stress leads to tightness in the joints or muscles of the neck increasing and playing a large part in this condition.

There are many types of headaches. Tension headaches are often associated with our hectic lifestyle and stress. Migraines can be very debilitating and disturbing. Sometimes there is no headache to speak of, but symptoms may include visual and hearing disturbances, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea, even vomiting. Pain can be felt at the base of the skull, the surface of the head or the face and eyes. It may be felt on both sides or one side of the head. Mechanical stress in the form of poorly functioning neck joints can affect the nerves of the face, head and neck. There can be damage to the muscles and ligaments of the neck, a jaw imbalance and problems in other areas of the spine. When spinal nerves and associated tissues are stretched or irritated, they can produce throbbing headaches.

Pain killers just hide the cause, allowing your problem to get worse.

Allow us to help you move away from pain and relying on painkillers and move towards a life where headaches are not part of daily life.

Our osteopaths have the skills necessary to take a full medical history and make a diagnosis as to whether the headaches are a sign of a more serious condition that will need to be referred to the appropriate health care provider or something that can be treated with osteopathy.

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