Migraines are a type of headache that can plague people of all ages. They may be acute, which means they start suddenly, or chronic, which means they come and go over time.
If you have migraines, you know how debilitating a migraine can be—and how much it can affect your daily life. Life-changing symptoms like nausea and light sensitivity can linger for days after an attack. It’s important to know that there is no one-size-fits-all treatment plan for migraines, but there are some things you can do both before and during an attack to help manage pain and prevent more severe symptoms from occurring.
Migraine headaches are a serious and debilitating condition that can leave people feeling down and out. With 90% of migraine patients experiencing disruptions in their schooling, careers, and social lives, these problems get worse with each migraine headache episode. For many people, traditional treatment strategies don’t work and prescription medications have side effects that may make them feel worse instead of better.
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Ketamine has become a popular treatment for people suffering from depression. More and more people suffering from pain have turned to ketamine as a way to relieve their symptoms.
What Are Migraines?
Migraines are a type of headache that can cause intense, throbbing pain on one side of the head. They’re also sometimes accompanied by nausea, vomiting, light sensitivity, and other symptoms. Migraines are most common in women but can affect men as well.
Migraine headaches often last from four to 72 hours and come with an aura—a visual disturbance before the headache starts. These visual disturbances may be mild or debilitating, depending on how severe your migraines are. The aura usually lasts less than 30 minutes but can last hours or days before the actual headache begins.
The exact cause of migraines is unknown, but several factors may play a role: genetic predisposition; environmental triggers (such as stress); hormonal changes; and neurochemical changes in the brain (such as changes in serotonin).
Auras often precede headaches, but some migraine sufferers experience an aura before experiencing a full-blown headache. Vision loss, pins and needles sensation in the extremities, and weakness and numbness are all associated with auras.
What factors cause migraines?
There are many different factors that can cause migraines, and there’s not a lot of evidence that one particular factor is more common than another. Some people say that certain foods are more likely to trigger a migraine than others, but there’s no scientific evidence to support this, and the same foods may not trigger migraines if you’re eating them at a different time of day or when you’re not tired.
In general, migraines are caused by irregularities in the blood supply to certain parts of the brain, which makes it harder for blood vessels to expand and contract properly. This can happen when there’s an excess amount of fluid in some areas of the brain and not enough in others.
This can lead to inflammation (swelling), which triggers pain signals from nerves around those areas.
Migraine symptoms include:
-Nausea and/or vomiting
How Does Ketamine Work to Relieve Migraines?
Ketamine has recently been found to be an effective treatment for chronic and intractable headaches in people who have migraine. In a recent study, researchers found that ketamine may be an effective therapy for patients suffering from chronic intractable headaches. The patients rated their initial pain levels on a scale of 1 to 10.
-Dizziness or lightheadedness
-Pain in one side of the head (usually on one side of the forehead)
-Tingling or numbness in an arm or leg
-Sensitivity to light or noise
-Other symptoms that occur along with these three main signs.
On average, participants felt pain at a level of 7.5 when they arrived. After receiving ketamine treatment for migraines in three-day and seven-day cycles, 75% of patients reported a pain score of 3.4 or lower. This therapy worked even better over time; 40% of participants still experienced relief 30 days after completing treatment, and 100 days later, 25% reported that they were still pain-free.
Chronic pain sufferers may find that taking ketamine for migraines has several advantages over other pain medications, including the fact that it does not reduce blood pressure. It may target NMDA receptors in the brain and may work to relieve symptoms even if traditional painkillers don’t. It may also relieve the symptoms of depression, which are common among migraine sufferers.
We offer integrative treatment programs for people suffering from migraines and chronic headaches. After each ketamine infusion, we help patients adjust to their altered state of consciousness and provide them with tools to integrate their ketamine experience into a healthier lifestyle.
DreamWork can help you start your ketamine journey.
DreamWork is a leader in providing at-home ketamine therapy for migraine sufferers. We’ve developed robust protocols to increase access to psychedelic therapy and provide affordable, convenient options for patients. If you suffer chronic, intractable migraines, we may be able to help.
Your chronic migraine headaches are not your fault. But they are your responsibility.
We can help you find the treatment that works for you, and we’ll do it in a way that doesn’t make you feel like you’re being treated like a child. We know that chronic migraine headaches can be a life-altering condition, but we also know that there’s no reason to suffer through them alone—you deserve to get better, and we’re here to help.
Start today with our intake questionnaire, which lets us know more about your specific situation so that we can connect you with one of our trained clinicians as soon as possible. You don’t have to suffer in silence anymore; help for your chronic migraine headaches is only a few clicks away!
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