As a professional photographer I highly recommend using Hegu acupressure rings. Often I am exposed to alternating lighting conditions which cause headaches, and in some extreme cases, migraine headaches. I first started using Hegu acupressure rings after a particularly challenging photo shoot using strobe flash. After the shoot was finished, I returned to my home studio to finalize a time sensitive edit. I was staring at my bright iMac monitor when the migraine struck. I soon found myself unable to continue working. I tried taking my standard remedy, a few aspirin, but it wasn’t working, or at least it wasn’t working fast enough. That’s when I decided to open the little blue box that had been sitting next to my computer for the last few weeks. I was skeptical at first, but I was also quite desperate. After about ten minutes, I felt a sudden release in the area of my head that had been experiencing pain. The release felt similar to dipping my head into a cool, refreshing pool of water. The rings were even easy to use while I typed on the keyboard and moved the computer mouse. It allowed me to function and finish the workday so that I could meet my deadline stress free. Ever since, I have discovered multiple uses for Hegu acupressure rings in my profession. It’s the perfect solution for days that I just don’t have time to focus on my own needs, such as a couples wedding or major event. The rings are easily stored in my pocket and can be used inconspicuously whenever I need them. I’ve been sharing my success story with friends and family as much as possible. To anyone who’s skeptical, just give it a try for yourself. It’s in inexpensive, fast, and simple way to manage headaches and migraines.