Migraine and Complementary Therapy
The following wording has been prepared by , to describe the range of therapies offered by clients, in this case migraine and complementary therapy. This wording is not the responsibility of the Adlerian Society, and is not endorsed by the Adlerian Society
Complementary health, by definition, is something which 'works well with' - either conventional medicine or another therapy or just your own will power, enabling you to have more help and control over any aspect of your health and well-being both physical and emotional. Indian Head Massage for example is a complementary therapy which may work well for those suffering from migraine and looking for an alternative source of relief. Complementary health practitioners who may be able to assist you with treatment to ease migraine attacks are situated in East London, Northwood and Bournemouth.
This gentle head massage focuses on areas where people feel most tense.The head, neck and shoulders are all energy centres where tension is most likely to accumulate and in some people this leads to migraine. In an Indian head massage, these areas are gently, firmly and rhythmically massaged until all tension begins to dissipate. Health practitioners who are able to help migraine sufferers can be found in North London, Chichester and Farnborough.
The benefits of an Indian head massage include relieving eye strain and sinus problems which can lead to the onset of migraine. The massage also improves circulation and concentration. It will also condition your skin, scalp and hair, boost your immune system and improve joint and neck movement. If you are experiencing problems with migraine and feel you would like to find out more about complementary therapy we have therapists you can contact in Southampton, Windsor and Arundel.
Indian head massage is wonderfully relaxing, and can unlock energy you never knew you had. It can be used in conjunction with other therapies, or just enjoyed on its own. In its native lands people would be treated by their families at home, in the market place or a salon as part of everyday life. Therapists who can help plan treatment to help ease migraine are located in North West London, Wood Green and Biorhythm Research.
No matter what triggers your migraine, you may find that a complementary therapy proves to be an effective treatment. Practitioners may advocate slightly different treatments dependant upon their assessment of your symptoms.