How electrical impulses treat migraine

Most headaches and migraines affect the trigeminal nerve. Its superior branch ends at the exit of the eye socket, underneath the skin of the forehead. CEFALY® delivers small electrical impulses via a self-adhesive electrode placed on the forehead to stimulate the trigeminal nerve. These pulses reduce the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks.
CEFALY® can act in different ways and to varying degrees on migraine sufferers. While some may feel the effects immediately, others may not experience them until after a few uses with a consistent schedule. However, you can adjust the intensity of your treatment yourself. CEFALY® should never be painful, which is why it's important to adapt the intensity to your needs: a treatment of lower intensity is just as effective because it suits your needs.

CEFALY® takes effects through an electrode placed on the forehead.

Electrodes can be used several times (around 20 treatments, depending on skin type). 
It is important to thoroughly cleanse and dry the skin on the forehead before use: this help ensure the electrode attaches securely to your forehead. After the session, the electrode should be placed back onto its clear plastic backing sheet and stored inside the resealable electrode storage bag.

The efficacy of CEFALY® has been demonstrated by clinical studies since 2008.

These studies have shown that the use of CEFALY® can significantly reduce the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks.