Hormones and Headaches – Is There a Solution?

No matter the pain, a dull throb, or a crippling migraine, a headache is annoying, and when occurring regularly, they can have real consequences on your wellbeing.

Often people will attribute their headaches to stress at work, fatigue, or even the weather. While all of these factors are certainly possible, it’s important to look at the bigger picture and recognize when the problem may be deeper.

Often, headaches can be caused by hormonal imbalances, women who have had periods or gone through menopause can attest.

Hormones’ Role in Headaches

Headaches can happen when there’s:

  • Estrogen dominance in your system
  • Magnesium deficiencies
  • Issues with your thyroids and adrenals

Finding the root cause is essential to putting you back on the track to wellness. EvexiPEL providers can help uncover the root cause of your health concerns and address underlying health conditions that impact your hormones and may trigger headaches.

Taking a “big picture” approach to care is what drives EvexiPEL providers. To learn more about the EvexiPEL approach and connect with a provider near you, look here.

Get the Relief You Deserve

It’s unfortunate headaches are generally accepted as just part of being human. They can be triggered by genetics, dietary factors, and as we’ve noted, hormones.

If you deal with regular headaches or have recently started getting more frequent headaches you don’t have to accept this pain as normal.

While we recommend seeking treatment from a provider first, there are some ways to tackle head pain at home.

1. Supplements

After a consultation with an EvexiPEL provider, you’ll have a better understanding of the root cause of your health concerns.

This information allows practitioners to recommend certain supplements that can help restore health.

2. Hydration

Does it seem like water is the answer to everything? You can’t go wrong with regular hydration. Shoot for three liters of water every day to prevent dehydration and combat headaches.

3. Turmeric

This root has some outstanding anti-inflammatory properties. Consider:

  • Adding the powder to meals.
  • Creating drinks.
  • Taking a capsule form daily 1,000-2,500mg will do.

4. Get Outside

When you have a headache, the last thing you want to do is get off the couch, but if possible try to take a walk around the block, stretch, or move around your house. Movement can be an excellent addition to a pain prevention program.

5. Massage

Research has proven that massage has huge benefits for our overall wellbeing. Not only can massage reduce stress, but it also allows your nervous system to take a break.

6. BHRT Pellet Therapy

If your provider uncovers hormonal imbalance is the cause of your headaches and other health issues, we recommend BHRT with pellets.

The EvexiPEL method is more reliable, less difficult, and is an all-natural way to balance hormones and prevent disease.

We Can Help

If you’re suffering from headaches, we are here to help! Locate your nearest EvexiPEL provider and schedule a confidential consultation.

We hope that these tips will be helpful as you work toward balance and wellbeing.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.


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