We all suffer from the occasional headache or stress-induced migraine. But, for some, migraines are a persistent discomfort that interrupts everyday life, and often. If you’re somehow who suffers from more regular migraines and are desperate for some form of relief? Discover lymphatic massage’s power. You’ll be amazed at what this form of massage can do!

Understanding Migraines and Headaches:

There’s a big chance that, at some point in your life, you’ve experienced some form of headache. It’s a familiar pain or discomfort in the head or face area and, whether it’s a migraine, tension headache or cluster headache: they can be pretty uncomfortable. Migraines however are the more extreme form of headache, relating to severe headaches which may involve nausea, vomiting or sensitivity to sun and sound. There’s a number of reasons why migraines and headaches may show up in individuals but, for most of us, we know that a long day, too little water, or general poor health may lead to an increased risk.

A Soothing Touch: How Lymphatic Massage can Target Headaches

So, how can you experience migraine relief from lymphatic massage? What is it about this ritual that is so powerful? Here’s everything you need to know.

Reducing Tension and Pressure:

Sick of the tensions and pressure associated with migraines and headaches? The gentle techniques associated with lymphatic massage can work to relieve muscle tension and reduce pressure, potentially providing headache relief.

Enhancing Blood Flow:

Good blood circulation is important for overall health and well-being, but it’s also been shown to help provide headache relief. More so, because migraines are often circulatory in nature, movements which aid circulation can reduce the frequency of migraines and headaches and reduce the overall intensity. And one of the best ways to stimulate circulation? Lymphatic massage!

Supporting Relaxation and Stress Reduction:

Stress is often associated with migraines and headaches, which is why relaxation and stress reduction is so crucial. Lymphatic massage can be a great way to facilitate this, helping to manage stress-induced headaches especially.

Improving Sleep Quality:

Insomnia is one of the most common sleep complaints for people with frequent headaches or living with migraines. It can include difficulty falling or staying asleep, early morning awakenings and non-refreshing sleep. Luckily, lymphatic massage can promote better sleep by reducing discomfort and tension, potentially reducing headache-related sleep issues.

From Headache Hell to Peace: Personal Journeys with Massage Therapy

Sonia Maria found a number of benefits from her experience with lymphatic massage. She’s a sufferer of chronic pain, but she found that it helped her cellulite decrease and her overall health was great.

The best part? She didn’t even need to come into the clinic for this support. This was all achieved through a 2 minute routine daily, with the Chelsey Jean Lymphatic Gloves available here.

It has helped with my migraines and after having 5 knee surgeries. The gloves really bring so much relief … wonderful products and love watching Chelsey and her vibes. Hoping when I go to Qld to actually go for treatment in there.


Starting the Journey: How to Begin Lymphatic Massage for Headaches

With Chelsey Jean, we’ll help you learn everything there is to know about lymphatic massages but, more than that, we have the resources you need to make it possible. Our entire system is designed to help individuals take back control of their health and get their lymphatic system working like clockwork.

Use the Special Bundle to detox, drain and revitalise your whole body through the power of the lymphatic system, designed to assist with circulation and swelling, break up blockages and reduce pain and inflammation while removing toxins within. It can be a great way to ease post-op swelling.

The CJ&CO Compression System is popular among individuals with health conditions, however, as it’ll do all the work FOR you.

So you can just sit back, watch TV, and let this system re-educate the lymphatic system to start flowing better, rehabilitate your muscles and finally get your lymph fluid draining.