Migraine headaches are one of the leading chronic conditions that plague Americans. Chronic pain management is one of the most beneficial results of ketamine therapy. The use of ketamine against chronic pain conditions has been very successful for over fifty years. Ketamine acts by working on receptors that are unique to its affinity and, most importantly, non-addictive.
For migraine sufferers, finding an effective solution that will alleviate pain and allow them to take back their lives is of utmost importance. Those who suffer from chronic migraines know how debilitating these severe headaches can be. They can interrupt your day or week, they can disrupt your professional and personal life, and they can indeed be unbearable.
While there are many medications on the market, both via a doctor’s prescription and over the counter, these do not deal with the chronic side of the issue. When migraine headaches occur more than three times per month, they are considered to be chronic. Medications may be effective at treating the pain, but they do not help alleviate the headaches from occurring. Also, many of the mediations come with a host of unwanted side effects. They can be addictive, debilitate mental/physical function, and be detrimental to a person’s overall health – especially when taken over an extended period of time.
Ketamine IV treatments and Ketamine nasal spray treatments can offer patients relief. Ketamine therapy gives patients freedom from medications that can impact their mental and physical health. Ketamine treatments can alleviate chronic migraine headaches and the depression and anxiety that often accompany this condition. With IV treatments and maintenance nasal spray treatments, the Ketamine Healing Clinic in Los Angeles has helped patients find the relief they have been seeking.
If you are looking for a way to obtain a higher quality of life free from pain, contact us today.
Posted on behalf of Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles
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