Migraines are severe but relatively common neurological headaches, usually occurring on one side or part of the head. Migraine attacks can be short or long. Short ones last for hours, while long ones can last for days. The pain of migraines can be so intense and debilitating that it will disrupt your daily activities.
Symptoms of Migraine
Migraine symptoms are different for everyone but usually come in four stages: prodrome, aura, attack, and postdrome. However, you do not have to go through all of them to be diagnosed with migraines.
Prodrome often occurs one or two days before a migraine. They are subtle but usually noticeable changes in the body, such as sensitivity, fatigue, mood changes, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and increased urination.
An aura is a symptom that originates from your nervous system and often affects your vision. It gradually builds up over several minutes and can last up to an hour. Examples of migraine auras include tunnel vision, hallucinations, vision loss, ringing in the ears, weakness or numbness in the face, and difficulty speaking.
A migraine attack often begins as a faint ache and develops into throbbing pain. It usually lasts from four hours to three days. The pain can move from one side of your head to the other or feels like affecting your entire head. Some people even have nausea and may vomit along with the pain. Also, how frequent the attacks are can vary from person to person. Some may have them once every few days, while others get them once or twice a year.
The postdrome of migraine is exhaustion and weakness that last one or two days after the attack. But there are also rare cases where people may feel elated or relieved.
Causes of Migraine
The exact cause of migraine is unknown. However, researchers have found some evidence that migraine may be related to changes in your brain and genes. In the current theory, migraines are likely to start when overactive nerve cells send out signals and trigger your nerve into releasing chemicals that bloat the blood vessels in your brain. Consequently, neurotransmitters will cause inflammation and pain.
Treatment of Migraine
Migraine treatment aims to stop symptoms and prevent future attacks. Many medications can help with migraines, and they generally fall into two categories: pain-relieving medications and preventive medications. Pain relievers are taken during migraine attacks to stop symptoms, whereas preventive drugs are taken regularly to reduce the severity or frequency of migraines.
Spooky2 Scalar for Migraine
Unlike medications, which can have unpleasant side effects, Spooky2 Scalar relieves migraine naturally without any side effects.
The pure scalar mode can transfer pure scalar energy to the human body and restore your energy balance. When your internal balance is restored, your circulation and nervous system will improve, and your migraine will consequently disappear.
If you want faster and more powerful migraine relief, you can try molecular scalar and Rife scalar. To use molecular scalar, put the analgesics or essential oils of your choice after setting the Scalar up. The scalar wave will carry the property of the chemicals into your cells and work at a molecular level, as if your body has taken in the chemicals.
Rife scalar combines Rife frequencies with scalar waves so that the scalar field can transmit the frequencies. To do this, follow the instructions:
1. Correctly set up Spooky2 Scalar devices.
2. Connect GeneratorX or GX Pro to Spooky2 Scalar and tune Spooky2 Scalar.
3. Open Spooky2 software. Go to Presets tab and select Shell (Empty) Presets\Scalar, and then click Spooky Scalar General (SS)-JW. In the Programs tab, search “migraine” and you will find programs related to migraine. Double click on the programs you need, such as the ones in the screenshot.
4. Turn to the Control tab and choose “Overwrite Generator.” Open a generator port and click the “Start” button.
5. Sleep between the Transmitter and Receiver while the programs are running.
Pain is not something you have to bear. Let Spooky2 Scalar help you get rid of migraines today.