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Dwyane Wade and Migraine Season
There is a lot of pressure on Dwyane Wade to perform at high levels for the Miami Heat. That pressure is worsened by the fact that he suffers from migraines. That pain doesn’t stop for basketball season or for the games themselves. He just has to find a way to get through each and every game without allowing the pain, which he says, “Most of the time it lasts for four days.”
While it is an amazing feat of strength that Wade has found a way to overcome this pain enough that he is able to perform at such a high level, he goes on to admit, “I do everything with the doctors, but there are certain things you can’t control.” The untruth of that statement, which is due to his lack of knowledge, is that there is something he can do to overcome that pain.
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Connective Tissue and Upper Cervical
Though doing something about that migraine pain will mean dealing with the underlying problem, rather than taking medication or fighting through the pain. It’s important for Dwyane wade and other athletes to understand that plays like this in which he hits his head tear loose connective tissue. That is tissue that holds the spine in place, and tearing it causes it to breakdown and lock into a stressed position.
That stress effects the upper cervical spine, which consists of the top two vertebrae in a person’s neck the most by causing a misalignment in those top two vertebrae. It then places pressure on the brainstem and hinders the flow of cerebrospinal fluid and cerebral blood from the brain to the body. The end result are migraines, but the way to overcome that pain is to realign the upper cervical spine, so the brain to be able to communicate with the body properly once again.
This type of procedure can only be performed by upper cervical specialists who are uniquely trained to correct upper neck misalignments.
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