Migraine Treatment | How To Treat A Migraine Naturally

natural remedies for migrainesMigraines can be an extremely debilitating and painful problem. However they’re planning a relatively simple remedies that can be done at home which may lessen or completely remove your migraine onslaught. Everyone get a good night’s sleep. Changes in sleep patterns changing work schedules and jet lag can affect the quality of sleep cycles and trigger migrates. Try to maintain a regular sleep schedule get up go to bed at the same time everyday a possible. Keep the room dark be sure to rest in a dark room light sometimes aggravates migraine symptoms. Ever three tried to sleep late. Though it might seem like a reward relax and sleep n getting yourself that letdown after stress is a common trigger because it affects your sleep patterns and finally take f ing it’s a paradox headaches. And just too much caffeine you may get a headache but take a little bit and it can help make the pain disappear. At the migraine does not disappear after trying different remedies you may need advanced treatment. And although very few doctors will know or tell you about it you can permit read a migraine. Click the link in the description below this video to find the secret to treat migraine naturally.

Optical Migraine Aura: A Personal Case Study

Optical MigraineThe  the No the the the more hello my name is Peter and I suffer from migraines. I never knew it RI never knew it until recently. My history and it started since it started about 12 years ago. I was in hospital. I with another completely different condition. I went a.m. Experience the symptoms of migraine. I’m and when trying to explain to the doctors and the hospital and subsequently when I left hospital and you know as I got better over the years with it so the condition. Because it was unable to use the correct terminology the correct words. I am no one was home ever able to tell me what it lost some that I was suffering from.

Was centers across the and that state the same throughout the twelve years. The first symptom that I get is a little being that seems to go off in my life for once a better place eyes possibly. I’m so mad be on the I being I get blind spots again not associated with 100 the other closing my eyes doesn’t make any difference a 100 makes no difference whatsoever. I have these blind spots. That would last me for about five minutes. Eventually the blind spot loans it lose to the side satellites of my life. A and forms like a six ACK patton around my life the semicircle I’m in my life. I feel nauseous I feel dizzy I’m feel really that’s i cant focus properly on things around me. I’m so much the focus on something I need to look away from it which seems ridiculous his mitts and of course I wouldn’t focus properly that way but a now is the by other companies. Sup that zig-zagging would last want crescendo would grow grow grow grow grow and then the be a walk through walls behind my eyes somewhere within my brain possibly and reaches a climax and then the lines away.

Wanted to cope with it when it when the attack happens. Is if at all possible I’m I would lie down. Are going down and try and sleep. I’m sometimes it’s not possible to do that announce driving whatever all I’m you know I mean and shopping you know I’m outside how some available fourth

Going to head to lying on that. In which case its case and just basically sitting down I’m waiting for it to pass. The matter like this twenty minutes I am 25 minutes possibly. Sometimes I fall asleep when I’m lying down I’m gonna wake up has passed.

Well I don’t know what causes it. I suspect what brings in on which is slightly different to the cools.

What brings on something seems to be a sense of frustration. I’m it’s not stress because our do too stressful things which I yes I enjoy enjoy being stressed on occasions and doing new things.

Am quite often the sense of frustration may be over silly little things. I feel totally frustrated uncertain coping with its something goes pain and that is the offset. I don’t know if that’s coincidence I’m I don’t know if and his what brings it on but busty only hunt likens to comment the only label I can say is frustration for me seems to bring.

It home it was only actually two days ago. I’m when I’m decides to Google my symptoms my hit upon the correct and four wheeler all the correct words to use to sell to bring up the whole. I’m in an explanation of what some suffering from. I was stoned to think that it was migraine because i’ve always associated migraine with severe headaches and type in very fortunate obviously the on some people have what I suffer from and then subsequent it develops. And swish a huge headache and that knocks them out for you know day two days three days even. And so on extremely fortunate thats my sense was my order mime migraine or meet rainwater does not subsequently go into headache and the vomiting and nausea. I’m obviously I’m just touched fine this helms on unfortunate but yes just two days ago I’m I am describe my symptoms like I put the was vision zigzag into Google. I’m and I was stoned to see thats are a millions of others suffering just like south with its. I’m many people suffering horrendously with its a I’m so please that’s a I found out. What his. Because I saliva something wrong with my brain got a brain tumor on going blind or something wrong with my own eyes. I misses can’t let little laid out lots along because home you know closing my eyes does make to make any difference whatsoever. I’m to how I deal with the illness also I was really so really you know was pleased about that

But also to get a diagnosis to know exactly what’s. I’m what i’ve got and that’s why I can now I feel uncomfortable lot better and you know I no its group and find out with tips and hints on how people I’m help get rid of it by then attacked as come. Others wanna say that’s a it just fit in really with my lifestyle

And that is I’m on when people have attacked the Sri contracts drink power you know his pamphlets to rehydrate bodies and that’s something that may be of mist. You know that’s awesome aspects of mind

Looking at myself I have full down with. So therefore and that will be nyse: you know for example as Mon huge tip that have received from having the correct diagnosis. So thanks to Google thanks to everyone is open to the public about these migraines migrant border and all the words associated that we should use from going to the doctor fortification. I’m it’s cold in the sex act around the lines they will possibly know i’m talking about. Next time I go. I’m but they didn’t have a clue I thought it was so stressful whatever. I’m didn’t quite understand what I was getting at but they do now them why went that.

Migraine 1: The Experience

Migraine 1This video is about the experience migraine. Hello my name is Craig black women of the mildest in Santa Cruz California. In this video we will look at how you experience migrate. For example what you may see or feel and what are common triggers. In the second video we discuss the medical aspect and give an overview a treatment strategy and in the third video we take a careful look at the mechanism a migraine what is going on in your head to make all that happen. Is important to understand that this is for your information does not replace consultation with your doctor. We are starting with this portrait of Thomas Jefferson because he was probably the most famous person with migraine. The following quote is from biographer Charles Ellis. In April 1776 Jefferson was struck with a mysterious malady that left him incapacitated for more than a month. Film it turned out to be a migraine headache. The first recorded occurrence in what proved to be a lifelong affliction it flared up whenever he felt unduly pressured. As a story that many with migraine would identify with. Well we know a lot more about it now we are still a long way from a full understanding. Let’s start off by recognizing that migraine is not defined by the headache. Is best to pick up my green as a group various neurological symptoms that occur in episodes and that all come from a common cause. There is usually a headache but not always and my green appears to be inherited speaking %uh various neurological symptoms. This is the full International Headache Society list have different types of migrant. There are too many to discuss them all so we will limit this discussion to the three most common types. These three types are different ways of combining two things headache Andorra. Aura is a particular visual display or sent through the fact that comes just before the headache if there is one. The three types are one common migraine which is the headache alone with no or. Classic migraine witches or a followed by a headache and the aura alone visual or otherwise but with no following. Kelly the International Headache Society has different terms but i’ll stick with these historic names because they are familiar an easy to remember. The features that identify a headache is being a migraine are the headache is one-sided usually throbbing particularly with motion or straining. Usually is moderate to severe intensity there is not a gf possibly bombing their sensitivity to light and sound. Pain is made worse by physical activity and had a class from for 72 hours. People with the headache usually prefer to be in a quiet darkroom sleep of a headache is gone on waking. The aura is a sensory disturbance that occurs with a migraine episodes. It can involve vision sensation for movement. 30 percent of the people with migraine have the aura. Here is beginning a bit typical visual display. On the left there’s a little missing area which over a few minutes grows into a crescent a six-day flashing lights like on the right. Some describe it is like a kaleidoscope others use the term sent relations. At full development it may cover half of the field division. Within the Crescent there is an area vision that goes missing. That is called the scotoma. Not that the visual display is present in both eyes occupying the same have a vision. Evolves over 15 to 30 minutes sometimes longer. The flickering lights gradually fade away and vision returns like in the picture on the right. Other descriptions a visual symptoms include a sensation watery movement blurred area or star shaped figure. Really there can be a black out a vision that must be distinguished from other worrisome causes like stroke. Surprisingly some people take artistic inspiration from there or a pattern. This is 10 at least two web sites that collect peoples artistic interpretation and there or experiences. There’s a gallery including even big-name artists like salvador dali. If you are a migraine person looking at other peoples our experiences both interesting and disturbing. Some people haven’t or that is not visual instead it involves sensations have numbness and tingling march down the arm or numbness in the hand or around the mouth. For some there’s a feeling of heaviness weakness civil them we may be difficulty speaking. To recap the features of the or are it contains positive features such as it the flickering light and negative features such as the missing area the scotoma. Visual symptoms occur on ½ a vision affecting both eyes well sensory symptoms occur only on one side. All the pictures are reversible that is they usually return to normal. Symptoms usually last from five to sixty minutes. Looking at the whole migraine process. It may have four stages. One is the program this is a set up odd feeling starting in the head of the actual migraine. There maybe feelings of fatigue difficulty concentrating feelings have increased sensitivity or big discomfort. These are not the same as the aura. The order is the visual or sensory disturbance described above. As the or a result the headache if there is one usually starts. 3 than the headache and four after the headache has resolved there may still be vague feeling some dysfunction like difficulty speaking or recognizing objects. In the mechanism video we go into detail about what is going on in the brain with migraine. In this one we will summarize briefly. The old theory of migraine was based on a vascular cars.

Blood vessel constriction causing the horror and vessel dilation causing the pain. As accurate methods for measuring blood flow became available the vascular mechanism was proven wrong. It was replaced by a

Neuronal cause which works like this. There is still a trigger event then the aura is caused by a disturbance in electrical activity on the surface the brain cock cortical spreading depression. Cortical refers to the cortex the outer layer the brain where the nerve cells are located because it is made of nerve cells that is constantly abuzz with electrical activity. Cortical spreading depression is a disturbance above the normal electrical activity. It is like the passage a thunderstorm the way love increased Electric Lightwave activity starts out at a particular spot usually in the visual cortex. It spreads gradually forward over the surface of

The brain at about two to three millimeters per minute. After the wave passes electrical activity in the area behind is significantly depressed. The speed and spread the electrical excitation exactly matches the progression the shimmering part for the visual aura. The following area depressed activity is responsible for the missing area the scotoma. The next big question is where does the pain come from. Currently there are two theories the leading theory is that the cortical spreading depression causes inflammation in the menu. That inflammation pickers pain impulses which are sent along the tragedy Milner label TGN through the brainstem and then to the pain sense in part to the brain. Several investigators suspect that brain stem is the origin the migraine specifically there are nerve centers here that when activated concern pain signals directly to the brain and send signals that cause the cortical spreading depression but they remember details yet to be filled in here. There is a third critical pathway to the that is also important.

Migrant people have been found to have abnormal sensory processing a pain signals. Some researchers think abnormal pain perception may end up being a key factor in migraine pain. If you have migraines you are not alone. Migraine is surprisingly common affecting about 8 percent of men over 25 percent of women. This graph shows a peak currents have migraine comes roughly between ages 30 in fifty. It is an interesting feature that the severity the headache usually decreases with age sometimes going away entirely leaving only the aura. Use one survey how long migraine episodes left varying from minute to hours. Here’s a survey showing the most common triggers a migraine. At 1200 people in the survey with migraines seventy-six percent reported having some identifiable clear event. Stress is the most common cause. Interestingly for some the migraine comes after relief stressed. Also very common are hormonal changes particularly surrounding menstruation. Diet about a quarter of people with migraine can identify a particular food or chemical which can reliably trigger an attack. Coming samples are foods that contain a chemical called tyramine which is an aged cheese sour cream chopped liver sausage and Chianti wine and other things. Others include family aloni MSG nitrates and aspartame. Here’s the frequency of symptoms people report. Notice about a third have the aura which leads us to the next question how do you distinguish various migraine symptoms from other worrisome things like a stroke or retinal detachment. Sometimes this is a difficult question to answer even for you doctor. That is the subject to the next video covering the medical aspects have migraine. The third video we will discuss the mechanism of my great. What is going on in your head to produce other symptoms.

Treating Aches & Pains : How to Fight the Type A Flu Virus

flu migraineHi I’m not david hill and today we’re going to talk about how to fight  the type a influenza virus. Now influenza viruses are not all the same. In fact one all the hallmarks the flu viruses that into shape shifter. He changed shape from year to year. It has different components they can mix and match kinda like those Lego you know row black guys. A so E can transform enough that it doesn’t look the same from one year to the next but we can still categorize clues into broad categories Taipei anti be. Frequently different medications are effective in getting flu season. The tracking is until the flu season starts it’s hard to know which medication is going to work for which virus. In the most recent flu season it turned out that influenza A was largely susceptible to assault him appear or Tamiflu but not to some the other anti-inflammatory medications. Is that going to be the case this year. Don’t know we’re gonna have to wait till some people start getting flu and try to figure that out. The best place to look is at the Centers for Disease Control CDC done Gulf their website will have regular influenza updates in your doctor should be keeping track of those updates. So here she should know was prevalent in the community. Here she may even be able to test you for with you have leeway carefully be and decide what apps crime. Now there are some other options in a given season one is is an atmosphere that sold as Relenza answer technet by mouth is actually inhaled and then there’s a man today in a rhyme entertain. Other two drugs that may work in some seasons most recently we haven’t seen the mean terribly effective but Sunday’s they are. So how do you kill influenza A just depends on the flu season which one it is. So stay tuned CDC doctors stay intact say in touch with your doctor if you think your flu and most importantly present in the first 48 hours ago miss because after the first two days i’ll tell you what will kill influenza A nothing. Sup this doctor david hill talking about killing influenza type A.

Migraine Headaches: Proving Disability Can Cause a Headache

Disability for migrainesDime without a doubt migraine headaches are painful reduce your quality of life and can prevent you from working. For many years social security took the position that migraines were not an impairment could be determine medically because the diagnosis was made only on reported symptoms. This position changed in 2009. Migraine disability case is not easy to prove but it can be done. Social security requires that other conditions be ruled out and that the headache events can be described in detail by a doctor. Social Security defines a migraine as an intense headache with more than moderate pain and has with it my green characteristics and phenomena. The diagnosis of migraine must be made by a physician and the description should include answers to these questions what are the migraine advance warning symptoms are headaches accompanied by Nara. What are the duration  intensity and accompanying symptoms such as nausea bombing or abnormal pain from light and sound and what are the effects of treatment. There are other acceptable indicators like an untreated or unsuccessfully treated headache event which lasts from four to 72 hours and is accompanied by at least two with these conditions. A unilateral pulsating quality moderate to severe pain which gets worse and the head it becomes more severe with routine physical activity and is accompanied by at least one symptoms such as nausea bombing or abnormal pain from light or sound. Most successful cases are won because medical records show disability applicants make a continuous medical effort to seek relief. That the condition is documented by an real adjust and that employers will not tolerate the frequent absences that accompany chronic migraines. Our experience has shown the migraine headache disability cases are complex and difficult but they are winnable. At cutting in law you have a dedicated team of professionals in your corner who understand the system and will fight for your rights. Call us for a free evaluation of your case doom in.

My Migraine Solution Story Pt.2

Migraine SolutionSo than we went to different religious and she told me they keep taking trip to lane. So I had still maintain the trip going every day. So she wanna meet keep takin  and she also game me some more steroid and I have just fed up with steroids. After that a took them anyways but they just made me feel so sick. N I just got really mad all the time and migraines fire stopping is Jess horrible. And it took about two or three weeks for that to get outta my system for me actually like feel a lot less nauseated steroids for just make me so sick. So that’s basically all she told us we could do. She dan said that we could go doing the migrant thing again every time I would have another migraine attack and I i I’m just never again that again. So I just is research and I did i’ll I allowed research and I talk to you some patients so in California our Neri like that Chad am. And II convince myself to bias I gotta find. I got with them five or six pain own eyes didn’t wanna where I finally started all me I boss-like fired I got the munchies and Tony didn’t throw up. It was Jess had forgotten while and felt like being without and then like two and a half months just straight pain and mattis anything like that. It was jus Merkel. And I’m not just saying that say I’m honestly same. I’ll was a hundred percent against like until I tried its Jess a lifesaver. I was getting really stuff thought about suicide and. It has real same about their. On us its honest its it works. So hi smoker for a month to grapple toms hours it was its def I’m not recommending anyone go out Jess I have my games, I can def understand live. So sorry my story done to doctor again. I’m probably have all me that my system by now my parents found out mamie stop. So fighting to get it legalized that’s the only way have release again. There still keeping me on the more tripped on. It still does not work it makes me said. Smoking almost. Its 13 the pain is just coming back. Its here today well downs started on shoes. I’ve been want small so spec sported from I on us. So I hey decisions all shows years after me talking all just me and saying my tax just some people just underestimate they are they doing its literally. That’s my story by open yes will make a difference sorry eight games. I’m I’m not a bad I get straight games and that’s market class people do this label you as a pop may automatically stupid. I’m still smiles people the my games I just can’t function I can function. I my instantly function. It’s just so frustrate people just don’t understand. One have my games you willing to do. So that sorta my story I’m hoping will make a difference. Sunday maybe this shared what ok my boys. I am on strangers tired anyone else that suffers from migraines that its so straight to have do something to get. And I also the medicines still archer doing cause her about problems million thanks for watching another lives about talking Jess why we X sorta more and cause why it works its thanks thanks for watching. We use shares please get this I can get yes legalize other people self thanks.

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Really week good his cheek said yes hers would yes is its back check this just a anything. That you think sir ok it’s a little after midnight. He said is really hurting it’s the same day as the previous video and I think it’s a severe pain. On the back of the net the head %um. It’s a debilitating types of pain his head hydrocodone about three and a half hours ago. And so we can’t take anymore that thats in seems to be helping with the pain the keeps recurring.

Migraine Explained – Nutritional and Physical

physical therapy for migrainesThe new you know what I just roomies was healing from its today I want to talk to you up a food headaches. Now the many reasons we can get headaches. A course it be back sheerly season in the stomach over gross DB these talks in GBP to find you pro-change be doing eating too many proteins you could be eating the wrong foods it could be food additives preservatives blood sugar dysregulation. You name it. But today I want to go to little things. I think in another pointing to think about in this is based off the work rate Pete and give you actually the reference for all you reference junkies. So if you get his newsletter year kinda shit outta luck but its reach peace newsletter are copyright 2011 March 2011 %uh serotonin infection disease aging in information. Chu paragraph 22 24 page 123 page four column 1 line. I would say e6 you 27 is that enough reference layup. Speaker love the sarcasm. Anyway he talked about headaches. Decrease estrogen production in the body which can happen from pledges regulation. It could be from the livers inability to talks faster in. Over synthesizing progesterone, deficiencies progesterone in our bodies of course from exhaustion is estrogens as well so dull person civic but he talks about her estrogen inhibits em ação in the body which actually helps regulate specific things like serotonin and melatonin to down-regulate in this others i Norge on adrenaline but edge inhibits de Mayo which helps to detoxify serotonin two maro actually helps detoxify serotonin. Know it also shows a progesterone increases emil which helps to detoxify the ex’s serotonin in the body which is highly inflammatory it done time do you choose on this. At the same time not as SUV hits the MBL actually increases enzymes that control Roelofs rate of synthesis %uh the Serrano serotonin the body which increases it to. Excess serotonin the body causes the beans because now the estrogen actually inhibits emil serotonin goes up co2 levels go down metabolism Bayreuth everything down regulates. Necessary tone among other things causes the beads the honorees other p.m. At a in the brain to fill with blood which causes circulation to the brain to decrease. So you get a look at it form only it’s a wall me I have a headache because I love estrogen dominance from exogenous sources leisurely dysregulation over synthesizing progesterone on %uh progestin. To that one day we reasons why you know we can see women might get my grades are under cycle so it’s something to look into. Its course you have more questions give us call 760 597 977. SE don’t bring up something a little bit different. Now of course a lot of myself as a little technical a field some people say well you know you to talk to go he shoulda do for the layperson. You know I understand at the same time BME homes and I’m sorry. It’s hard for me to really dumb things down which is not dumb down just bring them to that level. I just wanna share information as my point of doing this it. I’m not writing a thesis I’m not same an expiry I don’t same God. All I do is share what I learned that’s really it I’m here to share. So if you want to come out to be crappy on-duty sharing in if it keeps going I won’t share anymore. Alright to another school of thought on headaches know if you don’t wanna know an enemy in this you know the practitioner you bored by it don’t have to watch as he could that’s where a little bit but I think this stuff is fun kinda interesting. So if you look you cranium this is kinda the front that your frontal bone in death more great dear his speedo it’s the alone in the arts but in the back okay. You have temporal bones which a party this but it’s hard to hold tear poor bones go here inside basically if you stick your finger in your area touching it and poor alone to. In your brain around your brain are separating the two hemispheres you bring your call what’s called the faults Sri be that separates the two hemispheres the brain. So basically from the crystal Galla the ethnically all the way back separating the two hemispheres you line up kinda basha detaches to Sutherland’s  full grown here that line in your phone occipital bone. That’s actually how you develop that on indentation a southern folk I’m in your own occipital bone around I think it’s and a key member exactly anywhere from one year plus even little further on. Cuz your front the occipital bone classifies later on a disaster by obviously a boy. Then you have the tent warm Sarah belly which separates the um cerebral from the cerebellum to serve alums down here said Julie on. In it separates the two industries from the cerebellum right. Now the thing about that actually catches from saloons full-grown Street sinuses and things like that in the occipital bone. It goes shoup civic specific parts I love the sphenoid bone which is the interposer clean 08 the sphenoid bone. In at Peters portion up your temporal bone. So just think about that as we talk about this. And you can research this you can look at osteopenia greenfield and dune any credence Eagle book stated just look in any in any book netters Clemence on done any any any any book you’ll see all this fashion that’s really where again in his room. You then you have the balks Sarah belly which separates the not to have to the cerebellum down here and then actually attach is from the street sinus once again down to c0 c1 c2 it connects all F Asha to the freemen 9 a.m. Down to you s2 in a cock 6ba to p.m. Matter. So really wanna getting at is this fifty got the frontal bone in the ethnically. Get the sphenoid in the in the occipital bone. Know anytime you have entitle movement a day can you breathe the movies Boozer these bones are always moving there the flexing their extending their wrote eating their side ending in rotating on and on and on. Anytime you have any trauma to the head. Anytime any trauma to your secret you clock six right. Anytime you know a it really could be anything to be honest with you. But anytime you have a locking mechanism we call lesion all were laced ago no doesn’t want to go on another movement. So let’s say we inhale it goes like this week exhale everything goes like that. Let’s say you’re locked here and every time the Excel doesn’t go back. Same thing with the rotation some could be a lot like this or this yes side bending in rotations on to the to the same side you can give I’m a it superior in very vertical strain on and on and on. Worst thing that can actually create a headache and a lot of people sorry is anytime you have abnormal movement this and here it is because to holding it. It a lot attention on that mechanism that daschle mechanism. So if you have serious lesions in those bones are in the fascia is the bash is connected to those bones through that mechanism that explain. It was tension a lot attention on the attachments %uh potential harm %uh sir on sorry sir billi which basically works with the other two pieces of ash a look at this can do it actually can create on dysfunction in specific structures such as the cavernous sinus which receives hormones from the pituitary in how the down the switching regulator hormonal issues. That’s why you see people they get great ass you got to work ok renews Eagle work to that mechanism to what they call the SBS right this. Love the cranium might get some hormonal regulation keeps. At the same time you see issues with them circle Willis which could cause vascular issues which can cause headaches. You’ll see functions at the base the cranium oil-based the brazen actually get affected such as sleep appetite in arterial tension. You’ll see issues would create owners wanted to you which is off at the Oakley motor as well as other nerves in fact ocular control. To seeing that people can get actual headaches from hormonal issues from the foods we eat but also it can be physical. So we can always say the headache is one way in this is how we get headaches because you can see that piece of this. that because the fascial connections in the brain to the cervical spine through the some drastic lumbar spine to the Cox it’s a grim the Canon issue below affecting about other issue both acting at the loan how the structural issues abacha loses can create tension. one the Fox dreary boxer billion to its warm sir Billy which create hormonal issues lack a blood flow you need it which can treat migraines. Salt Lake go too deep hopefully learn something a big mikeee point of doing this is look further if something’s not working try something different and you get a lot of relief from physical work as well not it’s not always formal because everyone has headache for specific reason. To that’s the key point to doing this. Thanks for tuning in.