January 22nd, 2011
If you think that your menstrual migraines are difficult and hard to control… you’re right! At least until now!
A study recently published in a well-respected medical journal named Cephalalgia found that menstrual and non-menstrual migraines differ in women who suffer from both kinds.
Non-menstrual migraines are those migraines that do not occur within a few days before or after menstruation. The menstrual migraines occur either a few days before the start of menstruation or a few days after menstruation has stopped.
The study found that menstrual migraines lasted longer than non-menstrual migraines. On average, the menstrual migraine lasted 23.4 hours vs 16.1 hours for non-menstrual migraines.
It was also found that menstrual migraines cause more disability and inability to function in daily tasks than non-menstrual migraines.
Medications to treat the pain of migraines were 50% less effective when used to treat menstrual migraines. Furthermore, even when the pain medication did work, the risk of the menstrual migraine reoccurring was much more likely.
The authors of the study concluded by saying – “Menstrual migraines may require a treatment approach different from that of non-menstrual migraines.”
We agree! And that is why we created MigreLief+M for the treatment of hormone-related menstrual migraine headaches. MigreLief+M is the first product specifically formulated for women suffering from hormone-related menstrual migraines as well as women suffering from the symptoms of PMS.
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Quality science and information empower good health!
Curt Hendrix B.S. M.S. C.C.N. C.N.S