A cooling headband could be the solution migraine sufferers have been looking for to be able to enjoy a pain free life.
The $69 headbands have been launched online by South Australian company Zoe Tech, and promise to rapidly sooth headaches and migraines.
The company says the headgear has been clinically proven to provide relief from headaches and migraines.
‘Ice and pressure applied to the neck or head is a natural way to calm angry, painful headaches,’ the company assures.
The Zoe headband fits on the head like a beanie, but has a strap on the back to be able to adjust the size or add pressure.
The hat comes with gel cushions which insert into pockets in the headband.
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They are also infused with essential oils which the company claims can be soothing when suffering from a headache or migraine.
And customers seem pleased with the innovative product.
‘I bought this for the occasional migraines I get. It has also been super handy for my sore neck,’ one woman said – giving the product five stars.
Other five-star reviews claimed the hat was easy to wear and not too cold.
‘I have tried most home remedies and nothing works quite like this,’ another woman claimed and said she even gave one of the hats to her friend who also loves it.
The caps are meant to be kept in the freezer so they are ready to be used when I migraine hits.
Zoe Tech is a company from Marleston, in Adelaide, South Australia.
They pride themselves on their holistic approach to care and say they aim to empower women to take back their power and live less painful lives.
They also sell infrared sauna blankets and devices to help reduce period pain.
What is a migraine?
A migraine is a neurological condition which usually causes intense, debilitating headaches.
But the condition can also include other symptoms including nausea, vomiting, difficulty speaking, numbness or tingling and sensitivity to light or sound.
The two main types of migraines are those with an aura and those without.
Women are more likely to suffer from migraines than men. Family history is the most common risk factor for the condition.
Source: Thanks msn.com