What It Might Mean If You Have Headaches All the Time

Another day, another headache. Is that how it is for you? If you suffer from frequent or recurrent headaches, you might be wondering if there’s an underlying issue causing this symptom. And you’re likely wondering what you can do to eliminate your persistent headaches, too! 

In fact, once you determine the underlying cause of your headaches, you’re more likely to find success in treatment.

At Iconic Infusions, PLLC, Dr. Bryant Edwards provides holistic care to new and existing patients. 

If your headaches are connected to a physical imbalance like dehydration, nutrient deficiencies, or even a chronic pain condition, Dr. Edwards may be able to help. He listens to your symptoms, reviews your health history, and recommends effective treatments to support your physical wellness.

Dr. Edwards specializes in infusion therapy, offered from his location in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Could you benefit from an infusion session, reducing the frequency and intensity of your headache symptoms?

Headaches related to dehydration

When you suffer from physical symptoms like headaches, it’s often worth asking if you could be dehydrated. Dehydration is common in adults in the United States and results in physically uncomfortable symptoms.

If you’re not getting enough hydration, your symptoms could include headaches, as well as:

Dr. Edwards treats dehydration with intravenous (IV) hydration, getting your body the moisture it needs rapidly and effectively.

Headaches and nutrition deficiencies

Headaches can also indicate deficiencies in your nutrition. Nutritional IV therapies offer you the chance to address that issue efficiently. With an IV infusion, you don’t lose any needed supplementation in the digestive process. The nutrients go right to your bloodstream, boosting your vitality and, potentially, resolving your headaches.

The team at Iconic Infusions, PLLC, offers multiple types of nutritional IV cocktails containing specialized blends of pharmaceutical-grade essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Your options include the popular anti-inflammatory Myers’ Cocktail of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6, with added hydroxo B12, magnesium chloride, and calcium gluconate.

Treating chronic headache pain

Some individuals who suffer from chronic pain conditions deal with regular headaches. Chronic pain treatment presents unique and often complex problems, well suited to Dr. Edwards’ holistic and patient-centered practice. Dr. Edwards has substantial experience supporting chronic pain patients.

Recent research shows that chronic pain often responds well to a series of IV ketamine therapy. Ketamine is an anesthetic that causes dissociative effects. In your infusion therapy treatment, your provider administers a safe, controlled dose directly to your bloodstream. Then, you rest comfortably in our medspa-style environment while the treatment takes effect.

Ketamine may work to transform the areas of your brain where chronic pain is felt, giving you lasting headache relief. To learn if this type of treatment is right for you, consult with the team at Iconic Infusions, PLLC.

Schedule your initial consultation appointment online or over the phone today, and learn more about the potential causes of your persistent headaches and your IV infusion treatment options.

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