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Headache & Migraine FAQs

It may be challenging to know when you have a normal headache or a migraine when you have pressure or discomfort in your head. It's important to distinguish a migraine headache from a regular headache to enable you to identify the best way to relieve your pain and prevent it from reoccurring. At LI Integrated in Ronkonkoma, NY, we understand the importance of living a pain-free life. This is why we have designed the best remedies coupled with modern techniques for diagnosing and treating your pain.

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If you are suffering from a headache or a migraine, we can help. It’s important to understand the causes of headaches and migraines so that our experts can diagnose and treat your pain correctly. Here are some commonly asked questions about head pain.

How Are Migraines and Headaches Different?

Headaches are pains in the head, face, or upper neck that may range in severity and frequency, whereas a migraine is an extremely painful and throbbing headache that can last a few hours to several days. Usually, migraine pain is experienced on one side of the head, but some patients have reported pain on both sides. Migraines can also come with side effects, like nausea and visual auras.

What Causes Migraines?

A migraine may be triggered by several factors, including hormonal changes during menstruation, emotional distress, such as depression or anxiety, or dietary factors, such as caffeine intake, alcohol, and food containing tyramine.

Are Migraines Permanent?

Migraines are passed down by families and may begin as early as elementary school, but they are more common in early adulthood. They usually go away later in life, although they may occur at any moment. Migraines are the most prevalent cause of debilitating chronic headache pain and the most prominent cause of persistent, disabling headache pain.

How Do I Know if I Have Migraines?

A migraine may induce intense throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation, mostly on one side of the brain. It's also accompanied by nausea, fatigue, and sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine symptoms will linger anywhere from hours to days, and the discomfort can be intense enough to prevent you from participating in your daily activities.

How Are Headaches and Migraines Treated?

There is not one single cure for headaches and migraines. Since each migraine is different, each treatment will be different. As opposed to turning to painkillers, chiropractic care offers natural solutions. Chiropractic care provides pain relief through chiropractic adjustments and massage techniques. A chiropractic adjustment is a gentle, non-invasive procedure that realigns your spine. It aims to relieve pain and increase the efficiency of both the injured joint and nervous system by reducing joint limitations or misalignments in the spine and other joints in the body. This can help your body better manage the pain induced by migraines and tension headaches. Physical therapy and acupuncture can also relieve tension in the neck and back, alleviating head pain.

Visit Our Chiropractor for Head Pain Relief

If you are suffering from headaches or migraines, we can help. At LI Integrated in Ronkonkoma, NY, we can determine the cause of your pain and treat it. Our methods are safe, effective, and all-natural. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call us today.


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Dr. Lambert has provided me with excellent care. I'd never been to a chiropractor before and now I can't imagine going anywhere else. The entire staff is friendly and attentive. The service I was received was tailored to my needs. I recommend Dr. Lambert and the whole staff at LI Integrated very highly.

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