Tagged: migraine

Headache and Migraine Relief Hand Reflexology Tip

January 8th, 2020 | migraine
man holding head

I am blessed that my family and I do not suffer from migraine headaches, but for the millions of people who suffer daily from migraine disease, I feel for them. According to Migraine Statistics, 12% of the US population or between 38 to 50 million people suffer from migraines, and of that number, 4 million have chronic migraines.

Migraine Headache Buster – Reflexology Help!

August 6th, 2015 | migraine

Due to a change in barometric pressure, a client with a pounding migraine headache called the Healing Place, stating that she needed “emergency reflexology service.” From time to time, Certified Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui gets calls like this, for migraine headaches, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), bodily flare-ups, or just because someone is feeling off balance […]

Can the Root Extract Butterbur be the next Migraine Headache Miracle?

July 31st, 2015 | migraine

“Studies suggest that a standardized extract of butterbur (Petasites hybridus) is a powerful migraine-preventive agent.   Butterbur has been used for more than 2,000 years for conditions ranging from gastric disorders to allergies.16-19 A specialized butterbur root extract has been available in Germany as a prescription remedy since 1988. More than half a million German […]

Exercising Without Triggering a ‪‎Migraine‬ or ‪Headache

May 19th, 2015 | migraine

As a “migraineur” your dilemma may be “to exercise or not to exercise.” It’s a delicate balancing act, but one, done correctly and within the parameters of your own migraine experience, can have great advantages. For the good of your overall health, exercising is beneficial. You should start slowly. Try walking at a slow pace. […]

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