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Nine out of ten Americans suffer from headaches.

Nine out of ten Americans suffer from headaches. Some are occasional, some frequent, some are dull and throbbing and some cause debilitating pain and nausea. With the growing interest in health and wellness, many people today are looking for alternatives to popping a pill for her headache. – ‘Many patients who suffer from headaches, conservative, established drug – free chiropractic that a safe and effective alternative to the use of medicines, and scientific research supports this conclusion, ‘said ACA President Glenn Manceaux, adding, ‘it is important that the people of choices when it comes to health.

Also significant, patients report, health and well – for headache get a high degree of satisfaction with chiropractic, noting that their chiropractic physician recommended therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises , as well as provided nutritional, dietary and lifestyle counseling – all of which are important components in the management of chronic headache.. In addition, in 2004, researchers concluded at Northwestern Health Sciences University for a systematic review of the safety and efficacy of treatments in 22 trials involving 2,628 patients who do suffer from headaches They concluded that physical treatments, such as spinal manipulation, safe care for patients with chronic or recurrent headache.

And even if such a drug were found reviews.

And even if such a drug were found, clinical testing would take more than a decade and cost pharmaceutical companies millions of dollars. If the drug were successful – and there is no guarantee – the company the patent would expire before it had a chance costs costs. ‘It is important to ensure that the commercial sector that the commercial sector is in prevention studies , which can take 10 years or more to find investment to complete,’Koo said reviews .

The approach would be similar to testing statins – drugs commonly used to prevent heart disease – in patients who have already in cardiac arrest, according to Dr. Todd Golde, director of the UF College of Medicine Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease.