OK. I had to look up this particular piercing, and see that it is the part of cartilage that kind of swirls into the ear. Migraines run in my maternal family (me, my brother, my mom, my cousin, my cousin’s daughter, and the son of another cousin - YIKES!).

For me, it is not particularly effective. I'm 80-years-old now and have suffered from migraine since I was about 8-years-old. Over this time, I have tried just about every OTC pain reliever, solo and in combination with others.

Despite no medical evidence to support the theory, many migraine sufferers have pierced their ears in search of relief. Some of them even found it. Before we investigate the effectiveness of daith piercings as migraine treatment, lets get one thing out of the way: there is no cure for Migraine.

One unusual approach to treating migraine pain is piercing a cartilage fold on your ear just above the ear canal. It’s called a daith piercing. It’s called a daith piercing.

The article proposing daith piercings as a migraine treatment didn’t specify whether its conclusions were based on rumor or inference and didn’t cite any non-anecdotal evidence specifically ...

Hi, daith and tragus piercing have a role in the treatment of migraine. Many people have reported good relief in their symptoms by this. It works by the prinnciple of acupuncture.

A daith piercing is a type of ear piercing where an earring goes through a piece of cartilage in the outer ear. Specifically, the earring goes through the firm piece of cartilage called the helix ...

This is a piercing located in the inner cartilage section of the ear, which runs through a pressure point. These piercings are typically performed at tattoo and piercing shops, and there is little research to support them as yet. Patients who have had the piercings, however, claim to have seen an improvement in the intensity of their headaches.

What does a daith piercing have to do with migraine? Acupuncture is a common treatment for migraine, and some claim there is an acupuncture pressure point on the same spot in the ear that corresponds to the digestive system. This theory first spread on social media and was popularized on Facebook and Pinterest. Dr.

Daith piercing is a piercing in the spot where the cartilage ridge inside the outer ear, called the helix, ends above the opening to the ear canal. The theory put forth on piercing this spot is ...