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CAN CBD HELP WITH HEADACHES?



The first step toward battling headaches is understanding what’s causing them. According to experts, there are over 150 types of headaches and ‘tension headaches’ are the most common. Stress is the most commonly reported cause of tension headaches. So, it is important to first understand what is causing stress, what parts of your body are being affected, and how to reduce these stressors.


THREE STEPS TO ADDRESS YOUR HEADACHES


SELF REFLECTION

The causes can be both physical and emotional. Muscular issues in your neck and back, infections, dietary and hydration habits, and toxins from alcohol, tobacco and processed foods can cause physical stress. Tension from work, school, family and other relationships can cause emotional stress that can also transform into physical stress. Examine your daily routine and determine what changes you can make eliminate these stress factors.


CONSULT HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

Headaches can be caused by serious underlying medical conditions, so always seek guidance and treatment provided by your doctors, therapists and nutritionists.


ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES

Consider alternative, complimentary or integrative treatments such as chiropractic, massage, acupuncture and herbal treatments when conventional approaches do not bear fruit. Many of these approaches are steeped in thousands of years of practice. For Example, CBD derived from the hemp plant can help your endocannabinoid system regulate your physiology and health. Research into the positive impacts of CBD in treating pain and inflammation caused by stress is progressing at a rapid pace.


MOOD Remedies offers a wide range of self-care CBD products designed to help restore balance to your mind and body. For stress and tension consider drops, softgels, and topicals.


These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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