Excedrin Migraine, the Excedrin migraine headache treatment, is an over the counter, non-prescription migraine headache treatment designed to relieve migraine headache symptoms within minutes. It’s primary active ingredient is caffeine, which is proven to help in migraine headache treatment and works well with the other ingredients in the migraine headache treatment medicine. Migraine headache symptoms include tension or pressure in various parts of your head and sinuses, nausea, light headedness, sensitivity to light, loss of appetite and sometimes tingling in the fingers and toes. Migraine headache symptoms can be extremely bothersome and without appropriate migraine headache treatment, the migraine headache symptoms can severely affect the sufferer’s ability to function with the rest of normal society.
While there are several alternative migraine headache treatment options available today to relieve migraine headache symptoms and also, with some of them, to prevent migraine headache symptoms, most of these require a doctor’s visit and a prescription in order to obtain the medication. Another downfall is that with many of the new migraine headache treatment options, one must dedicate themselves to taking medication on a daily basis. This can be a pain and also, unless you get migraine headache symptoms every other day or more, may be unnecessary. However, Excedrin Migraine, migraine headache treatment is available over the counter and you can take it at will, or as long as you follow the instructions on the box. From my experience it has worked extremely well in treating my migraine headache symptoms.
Excedrin Migraine works really well to stop migraine headache symptoms once they’ve started. My friends and I all swear by the product. It seems that no matter how minor or severe the headache, Excedrin Migraine, migraine headache treatment steps in as much as is appropriate to fix the migraine headache symptoms. It even seems to consistently fix the sensitivity to light problem, which for me is the worst symptom because I go temporarily blind in one eye. This migraine headaches symptom aggravates the headache when I can’t see properly and makes the other symptoms worse. Usually, when I used to get migraine headaches many years ago, I’d have to eventually come to vomiting and then taking a long nap in order to make the migraine headaches symptoms go away. But now, when I take the suggested two caplets (sometimes even just one is necessary) of Excedrin Migraine, right when I feel the headache coming on, all of those past procedures, which were uncomfortable, but seemingly just part of the headache healing process, are eliminated. Excedrin Migraine, migraine headache treatment for migraine headache symptoms, comes in gel caps, tablets or caplets and while the manufacturers claim that each of these contains the exact same ingredients and that one’s preference is only related to swallowing efficiency, I personally feel that the round caplets work the best for migraine headache treatment.