When there is a poor line of communication from the brain to the body, particularly at the top of the neck, there will be a malfunction. The result is an increase in the swelling of blood vessels surrounding the brain, setting up a chain reaction that results in a migraine headache. Any misalignment in the upper cervical spine (neck) will affect this brain-body line of communication. This, in turn, can cause migraine headaches.
To get clear of the #interference that may be the cause of any headaches or migraines, be sure to seek out Upper Cervical Care!
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