“Painkillers make a million people’s headaches worse” We can help suffers in Norwich & Norfolk

Massage relieves Stress moves the lymphatic system to get rid of built up toxins and releases endorphins the body’s own natural pain relief system

This is part of the Statement from NICE today in the Telegraph,

Massage Therapist have been saying this for year’s. It is all about trigger points, and Stress Areas Tight Muscles and water intake combination is the key they now say Acupuncture works, and that is the case because of the Trigger points used,at the time of the headache, but Maintenance is also key to this. Massage relieves Stress moves the lymphatic system to get rid of built up toxins and releases endorphins the body’s own natural pain relief system this is blocked when you are taking painkillers so you do not get the natural “Feel Good Factor” that also comes with the release of endorphins

Here at Getfit Stayfit Norfolk we use the Bioneuro System Sigma Q(∑Q®) it gets into the bodies central and peripheral nervous system releasing the endorphins. and removing the stress on those trigger points in a similar way as the acupuncture would do, but without the needles so it is not invasive give us a call or look on our website to find out more how we can help you be the best you can and get rid of those Headaches.

Painkillers ‘make a million people’s headaches worse’
A million headache sufferers who take common painkillers on a regular basis are actually intensifying their pain by making their brains ‘immune’ to the drugs’ effects, doctors warn today.They are aggravating their symptoms by relying on medications like aspirin, paracetamol and ibuprofen on an almost daily basis. Five in six of them are women.
Instead of taking these over-the-counter drugs to combat symptoms when they flare up, sufferers should try treatments that help prevent headaches in the first place – including acupuncture – according to official advice from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice).
It is launching new guidance today to help doctors better diagnose and treat different types of headache, which can be difficult to tell apart.Almost everyone experiences occasional headaches but almost 10 million people – a fifth of the adult population – suffer from much more serious and debilitating types.Of those, some seven million suffer from migraines, and another 1.5 million or so develop intense ‘tension’ type headaches on most days. see our website for more advice

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