We literally have thousands of women who call and write to tell us this product has changed their lives. Not only does it help to prevent headache pain, but it also stops a headache instantly. Many women also report that sinus buster helps with their cramps and congestion before and during their periods. We have no doubt this is the best product available for women facing tough menstrual cycles
Albany, NY (PRWEB) December 13, 2004
For years, society has made fun of the discomfort faced by women before and during menstruation. The symptoms including aches & pains, bloating, fatigue, depression, and headahes. Collectively, the side effects of PMS and menstruation cost American employers an estimated 40 Billion dollars yearly through increased sick time and lost productivity.
Perhaps the most costly and painful symptom of a woman's period is chronic headache pain. Menstrual headaches are usually dull throbbing conditions that seem to go on forever. Also known as "Menstrual Migraines," these headaches can become debilitating, and they can happen before, during, and after a womanÂs menstruation cycle.
Studies show nearly 20% of women who have chronic headaches actually suffer from classic menstrual migraines during their periods. In addition, much of the other 80% may suffer from a delayed reaction of sorts. This means many women who suffer from classic migraines may actually be experiencing the delayed results triggered by hormonal changes sometime after their menstrual cycles.
Only recently have menstrual headaches been taken seriously concerning their relation to classic migraines. Since women are by far the majority of classic migraine sufferers (70%), many researchers believe hormones could be responsible for many of these headaches. And although classic menstrual migraines occur during a womanÂs period, the same hormones that trigger these headaches may also present delayed triggers for migraines that occur at other times of the month. Moreover, the severity of a womanÂs menstrual period may also be a good indicator of future bouts with chronic headaches.
One large poll observed that approximately 60% of women with diagnosed migraines reported they believed their headaches were directly associated with menstruation, but only 14% of those women actually experienced their migraines during their menstruation periods.
What To Do? There are many drugs available in both prescription & over the counter (OTC) forms, but most of these medicines arenÂt completely effective, and they can also be very dangerous when taken over long periods of time. Furthermore, nearly all pain medications designed to combat mentrual symptoms have dangerous side effects, and they can also interact with many other drugs -- including anti-depressants.
ThereÂs no doubt natural remedies are the safest way to go, but itÂs hard to find therapies that truly work especially for Pre Menstrual Syndrome and classic Menstrual Migraines. For severe cases, oxygen therapy can be helpful, but itÂs also cumbersome and expensive to get into. Furthermore, oxygen therapy is not completely reliable in terms of prevention, or relieving a headache in progress.
Many women have had success with certain herbs and vitamins for helping to prevent adverse menstrual symptoms, but until recently no herbal remedy had been known to go beyond prevention to effectively stop a headache in progress.
Then came "hot peppers" in the form of ÂSinus BusterÂ all natural hot pepper nasal spray. This product was introduced in October 2003 as the ultimate headache reliever, but back then it was mostly marketed to cluster headache and sinus headache sufferers. Before long, many physicians were finding out Sinus Buster worked for all kinds of headaches, and could even prevent them for many people Â especially women with chronic migraines.
Sinus Buster is perhaps the most important headache and sinus breakthrough ever, and it seems to work for nearly everyone who tries it. Furthermore, women with menstrual headaches appear to be the perfect candidates for this spicy headache & sinus solution.
Clinical studies do support the headache stopping ability of hot peppers (actually itÂs a certain chemical in the pepper extract), known as ÂCapsaicinÂ that does the real work. This natural chemical is whatÂs responsible for the heat within the hot peppers, and its' medicinal uses have been proven in numerous studies.
The "Capsaicin" in Sinus Buster is proven to deplete the natural chemicals within the human body that produce pain and inflammation. Sinus Buster's completely natural formula is made from (purified water, capsaicin in natural extract form, eucalyptus oil, vitamin C, organic rosemary extract, sea salt, and aloe vera gel). Sinus Buster is actually the only "All Natural" nasal spray available anywhere in the world, and it's also the world's first hot pepper nasal spray.
The management at SiCap Industries, the company that manufactures Sinus Buster is excited about the potential of their unique nasal spray as a treatment for adverse menstryual symptoms.
"We literally have thousands of women who call and write to tell us this product has changed their lives. Not only does it help to prevent headache pain, but it also stops a headache instantly. Many women also report that sinus buster helps with their cramps and congestion before and during their periods. We have no doubt this is the best product available for women facing tough menstrual cycles," says Wayne Perry, president of SiCap Industries.
Hundreds of doctors also concur that natural capsaicin nasal spray is a proven safe way to stop headaches fast, and itÂs also an incredible sinus & allergy remedy. Today, SiCap Industries has scores of ENTs, Neurologists, and Otolaryngologists recommending Sinus Buster for a variety of headache and sinus related ailments. And with its' growing reputation for equalizing menstrual symptoms, it seems like Gynocologists might become the next big advocates for this hot pepper nasal spray.
To learn more about Sinus Buster, visit the company website at (http://www.sinusbuster.com). Samples and Information Kits are available to qualified media and medical personnel upon request.
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