Alternative Drug-Free Chronic Tension Headache Prevention Method, Video Launched

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Cephalalgia specialist Dr. John Stagl of Phule Enterprises, LLC announces an alternative treatment for chronic headaches without the use of standard medications.

The recently announced treatment provides individuals with a new way to tackle the debilitating effects of migraines, cluster headaches, sinus headaches, and cranial tension. The STEP method is based on 16 years of research and seeks to tackle the root causes of chronic and recurring head pain.

More details can be found at https://www.relief4headaches.com/

The announcement details how Dr. Stagl – himself a sufferer of chronic headache episodes – has dedicated years of his professional life to understanding this ailment and its many manifestations. The Phule Enterprises solution is designed to provide relief from all types of headaches but focuses particularly on tension-derived outbreaks. The procedure takes only a few minutes, requires no specialized equipment, and can be performed anywhere.

According to the Anacin Headache Pain Survey, over 140 million Americans suffer from regular headaches. This equates to approximately 70% of the adult population. The recurring condition is more prevalent than even backache, joint pain, and muscle soreness, resulting in at least one sick day per year among working Americans.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) provide relief for some sufferers but can also cause what is known as rebound headaches and instigate gastrointestinal discomfort. Dr. Stagl’s method focuses on recurring micro-spasms that occur in the muscles that support the head. By identifying and manipulating the minute reflexes in and around the ‘trigger point’ – tender areas within the muscle that are causing the pain – headaches can be eliminated.

Dr. Stagl explains that headaches are defined by how one’s body responds to stress – both physical and mental. By locating and eliminating trigger points in the muscles, one can prevent headaches from recurring. The sequential trigger-point elimination process (STEP) can be learned via a series of videos available on Phule Enterprises’ website, outlining the anatomy behind the method and how to perform the routine on oneself. There is also an instructional video that shows how to perform the process on someone else while the final presentation deals with frequently asked questions and provides access to the community forum.

Dr. Stagl says, “If you are suffering from chronic headaches, take the time to watch the video to learn about the effective method so many others are using to relieve their headache pain.”

For more information, go to https://www.relief4headaches.com/

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