Self Massage for Facial Pain

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According to the CDC and NCHS, one of the most common types of reported chronic pain are severe headaches or migraines.

I’m pretty certain that most of us have woken up some mornings regretting our decisions from the previous night or wishing that we had a jug of water within our reach. The feeling of  piercing pain shooting through our heads filling our jars of remorse to the brim. Why???? Ok, that may be a bit over the top… but you get the idea. So, there is hope. For migraines the best treatment is prevention.

Left unchecked, facial pain can produce sinus and tension headaches, toothaches, blurred vision and the pressure-cooker feeling that your head might explode...

Self Massage for Temporal Headaches
Self Massage for Temporal Headaches
Self Massage for Frontal Headaches
Self Massage for Frontal Headaches
For Tension Headaches, Tired Eyes and Sinuses
Self Massage For Tension Headaches, Tired Eyes and Sinuses
Full Body Stress and Tension
Self Massage For Full Body Stress and Tension

For migraines the best treatment is prevention. The following suggestions should be part of every migraine sufferers prevention tool kit:

Full Post by Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz, Tribune Newspapers: Here.

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