If you’re among the roughly 10 percent of people who suffer from migraines, there’s a new device on the market that could help prevent those debilitating headaches in the first place.
I came across this product thanks to CNET
Cefaly (sef-uh-lee) is an electronic headband that sits over the ears and across the forehead, just above the eyes. A self-adhesive electrode sends an electric current to the skin and the tissue just beneath it to stimulate a nerve that Cefaly says has been associated with migraines.
You would only have to wear this for 20 mins a day
This was developed and tested in Belgium. those who wore the Cefaly headband spent “significantly fewer” days dealing with migraines, and no serious side effects have yet to be associated with the headband.
It sort of reminded me of this when I first heard about it
Here in Canada the device will cost $300.
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Cefaly Technology should be coming out with more purchasing details soon. Meanwhile, check out the device in action in the promo video below