80% of All Migraines are Caused by Inflammation to the Sphenopalatine Ganglion (SPG)
Why do you keep getting migraines? Because your sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) is one seriously sensitive nerve cluster. The SPG is a neuron cluster that sits behind the nose. Because it is exposed to the outside environment, it is unprotected from common migraine triggers and becomes inflamed. This inflammation is the reason for most migraines.
A Migraine Reset Retrains the SPG to Block Sensitivity to Common Migraine Triggers
Migraines are exhausting. A Migraine Reset changes the way your SPG responds to common migraine triggers providing most patients immediate relief from continued migraines. How?
A Migraine Reset is a simple, easy, FDA-approved procedure that desensitizes the SPG from most common migraine triggers. What can you expect from a sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) reset?
Inflammation causes migraines. In a Migraine Reset, medication is administered to the sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) that resets this nerve cluster and blocks the inflammatory response. After 2-3 Migraine Resets (severe cases may require more), the SPG nerve cluster learns to ignore migraine triggers.
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