- How do I use MigraSpray?
- How do I know whether to use MigraSpray daily or just when I get a migraine?
- How important is it that I hold a dose of MigraSpray under my tongue?
- How long will it take to feel relief?
- Will MigraSpray work on other types of headaches?
- I always get headaches right before and during my period. Is there a connection?
- Does MigraSpray taste bad?
- How do I order MigraSpray?
- How long will a bottle last?
- Are there any side effects I should be concerned about?
- Have there been reports of Medication Overuse Headache (MOH)?
- Are there any drug interactions I should be concerned about?
- Can I use MigraSpray when I’m pregnant?
- Will MigraSpray make me sleepy?
- I have used products containing the herb feverfew before and only experienced a little improvement. Why does it work so well in MigraSpray?
- What is Feverfew?
MigraSpray is a comprehensive approach for the treatment and prevention of migraine headaches (MigraSpray can also be effective in the pain and symptoms associated with menstrual cycles as well as tension headaches and hangovers). Use it for rapid treatment of a migraine attack or use it daily to dramatically reduce or eliminate the onset of migraine headaches.
Treatment of a Migraine Attack:
At the earliest sign of a migraine attack, administer 5 full sprays of MigraSpray under the tongue and hold for 30 seconds before swallowing. Immediately repeat after swallowing and hold for another 30 seconds. (One dose is 10 full sprays of MigraSpray.)
If you have not experienced relief of your migraine within ten minutes of your first dose repeat the dose a second time. Repeat dosage every 5 minutes thereafter until relief is achieved (maximum six doses, or 60 full sprays).
Daily Use For Prevention:
Once each day, either first thing in the morning or before bed, administer 5 full sprays of MigraSpray under the tongue and hold for 30 seconds before swallowing. Immediately repeat after swallowing and hold for another 30 seconds. (10 full sprays is one dose. For maximum preventative benefit it is recommended that one dose be administered each day). Results vary, but within 30 – 60 days you should experience a dramatic reduction or elimination of your migraine headaches.
- You typically suffer from two or more migraine attacks in any given month
- Your migraine attacks affect your daily activities for two or more days at a time
- Your migraine attacks negatively impact your daily routine, and acute treatments do NOT work
- You take over-the-counter or prescription drugs more than twice per week for migraine relief
Otherwise for treatment, MigraSpray may be used as directed for treatment at the earliest sign of a migraine.
How important is it that I hold a dose of MigraSpray under my tongue?
Very important. In order for MigraSpray to be effective, all doses need to be held under the tongue for a minimum of thirty seconds. It may be helpful to keep your head at a slight backwards tilt after administering MigraSpray.
How long will it take to feel relief?
A recent clinical study showed that using MigraSpray provides relief from migraine attacks in less than 7 minutes for 88% of those studied. When using MigraSpray continually each day for prevention you should notice a reduction in the severity and/or frequency of your migraine headaches or complete elimination of migraine in less than 60 days.
Will MigraSpray work on other types of headaches?
MigraSpray has been formulated to provide relief for migraine headaches however many users report that MigraSpray is also effective for the treatment of menstrual migraines, tension headaches, and hangover headaches. The efficacy of MigraSpray when used for relief of headaches other than migraine has not been determined.
I always get headaches right before and during my period. Is there a connection?
Sixty percent of women who suffer from migraine headaches report an increase in headache frequency during their menstrual period. This could be a result of varied estrogen levels. Use MigraSpray each day to dramatically reduce or even eliminate menstrual migraine headaches and other pain and discomfort associated with your menstrual cycle.
Does MigraSpray taste bad?
MigraSpray was formulated to have a very pleasant, non-offensive taste.
Are there any side effects I should be concerned about?
No side effects have been reported from the usage of MigraSpray.
Have there been reports of Medication Overuse Headache (MOH)?
There have not been reports and MigraSpray has not been shown to cause Medication
Overuse Headaches. To learn more about Medication Overuse Headaches click here.
Are there any drug interactions I should be concerned about?
No drug interactions have been reported from the usage of MigraSpray.
Can I use MigraSpray when I’m pregnant?
MigraSpray is not recommended for women who are lactating or are pregnant. Women who are pregnant or lactating
should not use MigraSpray unless they have been instructed to do so by their physician.
Will MigraSpray make me sleepy?
Why is MigraSpray administered under the tongue?
The delivery system of MigraSpray enhances bioavailability by allowing the solution to be absorbed directly into the blood stream through the mucous membrane under the tongue without degradation from exposure to the gastrointestinal system and liver.
I have used products containing the herb feverfew before and only experienced a little improvement. Why does it work so well in MigraSpray?
The formulation of MigraSpray enhances both the efficacy and time to relief of feverfew, because it is administered under the tongue, the active ingredients bypass the gastrointestinal system, including the liver, (where much degradation can occur) and directly enter the blood stream.
What is Feverfew?
The aromatic plant known as feverfew (Pyrethrum parthenium) has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. In recent years clinical studies have enhanced its status as a medicinal herb and its popularity as a lay remedy for migraine prevention. One of the agents of feverfew, parthenolide, is believed to be a natural anti-inflammatory.
What is a migraine headache?
Recent scientific evidence suggests that migraine headaches begin with a release of proteins by nerve endings in the fibrous outer covering of the brain (called the dura mater) resulting in the dilation of the cranial blood vessels following an initial contraction. During a migraine, inflammation of the tissue surrounding the brain exacerbates the pain. Unlike most other types of headache, migraines may have many additional symptoms. Migraines are sometimes preceded by visual auras. Following the onset of a migraine attack, symptoms may include throbbing, nausea, sensitivity to light and/or sound, difficulty in speech and semi-hemispheric head pain. A migraine attack can last for hours or days. Approximately 75% of migraine sufferers are female and both the etiology and incidence of migraine attacks vary with the individual.
What causes migraine headaches?
Migraines may be caused by a number of things. Frequently the cause is unknown, but triggers may include stress, anxiety, depression, particular foods or alcohol. Hormones are also common triggers – many women experience migraines with changes in their estrogen levels during menstruation.
How many people are affected by migraine headaches?
It is estimated that 32 million Americans, or nearly 12% of the population, suffer from migraine headaches. According to the American Council for Headache Education nearly 6% of all men and upwards of 18% of all women suffer from migraine headaches.Approximately half of the 32 million migraine sufferers are misdiagnosed and 30-40% of patients treated are still without relief.
What is Medication Overuse Headache?
To learn more about Medication Overuse Headaches click here.
Is a migraine headache simply a severe headache?
No. There are other forms of headaches such as tension headaches, which may actually be as severe as some migraines. The following symptoms may accompany migraine headache:
- Intense pain, frequently throbbing, and/or localized on one side of the head
- Sensitivity to light (photophobia)
- Sensitivity to noise
- Disturbed vision
- Slurred speech
Some of these symptoms may also be indicative of other more serious conditions. If you are not certain that you are a migraine sufferer consult your physician.
Is it a migraine or sinus headache?
Migraine headaches are often confused with sinus headaches because migraine pain often occurs in the sinus region.If your headache is caused by sinus blockage, such as an infection, you will probably have a fever or nasal discharge.
Are there different types of migraine?
The two most prevalent types of migraine headache are migraines with aura and migraine without aura, the latter of the two being more common.
What is a migraine aura?
Most often a migraine aura consists of disturbances such as flashing lights, visual distortion, and spots before the eyes.