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Three Reasons To Think About Spending Your Tax Refund on CEFALY DUAL

March 09, 2021

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: tax refund reason!

 

Last year's average refund was more than $2,500. Many people save at least part of their refund; others use it to pay down debt, buy groceries, pay rent or for other necessities. Another popular way to spend it is on healthcare needs.

 

Have you thought about trying CEFALY DUAL to treat migraine, but hesitated at the expense? Maybe tax refund season is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for — here’s why.

1. CEFALY DUAL is a risk-free investment.

 

We want every CEFALY user to be satisfied with their results. That’s why we offer a money-back guarantee: If you are not satisfied with your CEFALY DUAL, you may return it within 60 calendar days of your product delivery date for a refund.

 

To see the best results, use CEFALY DUAL consistently, according to the instructions in the user manual. It may take a few weeks of treatment before you feel an improvement in your migraine symptoms. Contact our customer support team if you have any questions about using CEFALY. We’re ready to help!

 

2. CEFALY DUAL is a long-lasting addition to your migraine toolkit.

 

Many people with migraine turn to Botox, which can cost anywhere between $300 to $600 (or more) for one treatment session if your insurance doesn’t cover it. Each treatment is effective for 10 to 12 weeks.[i]

 

CEFALY DUAL, on the other hand can be used over and over again. It’s a durable medical device with a three-year limited warranty, so you can be confident your money’s well spent. Your only recurring expense is the gel electrodes; save 5% and get free shipping with a subscription.

 

3. Preventing migraine attacks now could help you earn more this year.

 

Did migraine attacks force you to take days off work last year? You’re not alone. A wide-ranging examination of migraine research found that “the average impact of migraine on loss in worker productivity is approximately 4 workdays per year.”[ii]

 

Working through a migraine attack can also result in lowered productivity. The same study found that people working with migraine symptoms were 42% to 80% as effective at their jobs as they would normally be.

 

If migraine is disrupting your work — and causing you to waste PTO or lose money from your paycheck — it’s time to see if CEFALY can help with migraine prevention. With compliant daily use, CEFALY’s PREVENT program is clinically proven to help reduce migraine severity and frequency.[iii]

 

A few tips from the IRS: To get your 2020 tax refund quickly, file electronically with direct deposit as soon as you have all the information you need. Nine out of 10 taxpayers who file this way will receive their refund within 21 days, if there are no issues with your tax return. You do not have to pay taxes on any stimulus payments you received. If you didn't receive the full stimulus payment you were entitled to, you may be eligible to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit on your tax return.

 

We’re not financial professionals — only you know the best use for your 2020 tax refund. But however you spend it, we hope you’ll invest in yourself for a better, healthier year to come.  

 

Learn more about CEFALY: a clinically proven, drug-free treatment for migraine.

 

 

[i] https://americanmigrainefoundation.org/resource-library/botox-for-migraine/

[ii] Burton, W. N., Landy, S. H., Downs, K. E., & Runken, M. C. (2009). The impact of migraine and the effect of migraine treatment on workplace productivity in the United States and suggestions for future research. Mayo Clinic proceedings, 84(5), 436–445. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0025-6196(11)60562-4

[iii] Schoenen, J., Vandersmissen, B., Jeangette, S., Herroelen, L., Vandenheede, M., Gerard, P., Magis, D. PREMICE STUDY Migraine prevention with a supraorbital transcutaneous stimulator. A randomized controlled trial. Neurology Feb 2013, 80 (8) 697-704; DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0b013e3182825055

 

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