Tension Headaches and Migraines can be a totally hindering ailment that can render the sufferer incapable of performing even the most basic daily tasks, often for days at a time.
It’s not so comforting to know that there has been no evidence to conclude that a particular cause is to blame for this debilitating condition.
Recent medical belief suggests is that serotonin deficiency could cause migraines. The balance of Serotonin in the brain is entirely reliant on Magnesium.
There is also advice that there is a miscommunication of neurons between the different areas of the brain. This results in the release of particular neuro-chemicals which cause an “niggling twinge” in the brain-stem, as well as platelet aggregation in the principal venous vessels.
Low brain magnesium promotes neurotransmitter hyperactivity and nerve excitation that can lead to headaches.
Magnesium is an essential element required as a cofactor for over 300 enzymatic reactions and is thus necessary for the biochemical functioning of numerous metabolic pathways. Inadequate magnesium status may impair biochemical processes dependent on sufficiency of this element.
Prescription medications, such as antidepressants and pain medications only treat the symptoms. Magnesium treats the symptoms while it simultaneously addresses the cause.
When used symptomatically and if caught early enough Magnesium applied on the back of the neck/base of the skull can relieve the inflammation and disperse the platelet aggregation.
If you struggle with migraine headaches, supporting your magnesium levels through the use of topical magnesium, may be a great first step in the right direction.
For rapid & effective relief apply Mg12 MagneSoothe Oil or Balm directly to the area of pain and behind the neck/base of skull. To assist in daily prevention, apply on the back of the neck and across the top of shoulders each morning.
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The Medical references below are intended for educational purposes regarding Magnesium and not specifically about this product.