Migraine Awareness

Migraines are a surprisingly prevalent problem, affecting 39 million men, women, and children across the United States.  Everyone either suffers or knows someone who suffers from migraines.  Interestingly, migraines are the 3rd most prevalent illness in the world with an estimated 12% of the population suffering from migraines. Migraines are not just headaches.  Migraines are considered a neurological disease with painful and incapacitating neurological symptoms, including visual disturbances, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, extreme sensitivity to sound, light, touch, and smell, and tingling or numbness.  Most migraine attacks last between 4 and 72 hours. Despite the staggering numbers of reported cases of migraines, they are also one of the most poorly understood and misdiagnosed diseases with less than 500 certified headache specialists in the entire United States. If you, or someone you love suffers from migraines, try adding a few of these natural approaches to your treatment. Magnesium People who suffer from serious headaches like migraines often have low levels of magnesium, and there have been several recent clinical studies that suggest magnesium may reduce the severity and frequency of migraine attacks.  Jordan Essentials Magnesium Bundle is the perfect combination to topically absorb magnesium directly into the bloodstream, especially directly to painful areas.
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Essential Oils The effects of peppermint and lavender essential oils are cooling, numbing, and calming making them excellent tools for migraine symptom relief.  Jordan Essentials Peppermint Essential Oil may stimulate an increase of skin blood flow and soothe muscle contractions.  Jordan Essentials Lavender Essential Oil has a stabilizing and sedative effect.  Clinical research shows lavender essential oil to be a safe and effective treatment for migraine headaches.  To make things even easier for you, Jordan Essentials offers a unique blend of carefully selected essential oils specifically for headache relief.  In the Jordan Essentials Headache Blend, you will find Peppermint, Sweet Basil, Lavender, and Frankincense.  For an even more potent effect, combine Headache Blend, Peppermint and/or Lavender Essential Oils with any of our unscented Magnesium products. Stay Hydrated Avoiding dehydrating beverages like coffee and sugary drinks, and instead, drinking enough water can, in itself, help relieve headache symptoms.  Consuming nourishing fruits and vegetables with a higher hydration level is also beneficial, such as cucumbers, celery, green peppers, watermelon, cantaloupe, strawberries, and citrus. Compresses Get some headache relief almost immediately when you use Jordan Essentials Herbal Therapy Face Cloths.  Simply drop one of the disks into an ice water bath.  The cloths immediately absorb the water to make the perfect face cloth to cool and soothe.  Spray the cloth lightly with one of the previously mentioned essential oils and apply to your face.  If a hot compress is preferred, just use hot water instead, being careful the water isn’t too hot. Detox Bath Detox baths aren’t just for cleaning your body.  Soaking in a tub of Jordan Essential Magnesium Dead Sea Salts will not only infuse your body with magnesium, but may also help rid your body of toxins that are contributing to the migraines.  Mix a few drops of essential oils to the Magnesium Dead Sea Salts before dissolving in the water for an even more effective treatment. Cayenne Pepper Believe it or not, but cayenne pepper has been used for thousands of years by both early Native American and ancient Chinese doctors.  The warming effects of cayenne pepper may help stimulate your body’s circulation, reduce acidity, and reduce inflammation. It is our hope and prayer that you and your loved ones can find relief for your migraines so you can have Healthy Skin and a Healthy Life.  Contact your consultant today to learn more about all of Jordan Essentials non-toxic products and to arm yourself with our Migraine-Fighting tools today. Jordan Essentials does not claim to cure any illness.  Check with your doctor first if pregnant, nursing or taking medication. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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