Migraine Relief With Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Most types of head pain are classified as tension, chronic or migraine headaches. Chronic headaches occur every day whereas migraine headaches are usually one sided and moderate or severe in intensity. The sufferer of these types of headaches is more often than not confined to a darkened room for the duration of a headache which has the power to impact every aspect of their daily life.

This can cause great emotional stress to the sufferer. If this is you then please don't despair - there is a natural side-effect free solution called Chinese Medicine. Chinese Medicine uses a combination of acupuncture and Herbal Medicines to decrease the number of migraine and tension headaches and recent studies have proved that it can also prevent the sufferer from having further attacks.

But before an Acupuncturist decides upon a treatment, there will first be a consultation in which you will have your tongue and pulse diagnosed and be asked the following questions.


  • Is your headache located behind your eyes and temples?
  • Does the headache get worse at night, morning or after eating?
  • Is the pain dull, sharp or severe in intensity?
  • Is the pain sensitive to the light
The answers to these questions will help your Acupuncturist to select the correct acupuncture points for you. Acupuncture points are the areas on your skin where small painless disposable needles are inserted. When these points are stimulated the self healing code in your body will be activated to decrease pain and increase circulation and blood flow - thereby preventing further headaches.

Care Cure Acupuncture offers a Free No Obligation Consultation for all of their patients. Clinics are located in Galway City, Tuam, Loughrea, Dun Laoghaire and Longford. Ring 086-2159282 or see www.carecure.ie for further details.

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  1. Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offer a safe and effective approach to relieving headache pain, without causing harmful side effects, and incorporate a comprehensive diagnostic protocol that can help your acupuncturist understand and address the root cause(s) of your headaches.
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