Definition - 1 min

The Trigeminal Nerve

The is the largest of the cranial nerves and is known as the "Great Sensory Nerve of the Head". The trigeminal nerve synapses and connects directly to the brain stem at the trigeminal nucleus.

The Migraine Stopper™️ uses precise air pressure to create specific movements in the ear canal and eardrum. When this is done, the trigeminal nerve registers the movement and relays this “new information” to the trigeminal nucleus. The “new information” has the effect of calming down the overactivity of the trigeminal nucleus.