If you or one of your friends is a “prisoner” of chronic migraines, the information in this article could change your life.
1- Is your life or the life of someone you know, governed each month by the fear and anticipation of when the next migraine may occur?
2- Do you miss work because of your migraines?
3- Are your social plans or even vacations often disrupted by painful migraine attacks?
4- Do you take over-the-counter or prescription pain killers many times a month in an attempt to reduce the severe pain of your migraines?
5- Are you sensitive to light or noise?
6- Does your vision, speech or thinking get affected before an attack?
7- Do you find yourself often having to lay down in a dark, quiet room, perhaps even with an ice pack on your temples or forehead?
8- Do you have migraines 3 or more times a month?
9- Are you at the point where you are frustrated and stressed out by your chronic migraines?
If you have answered “yes” to 3 or more of the above questions, then you are most likely an excellent candidate for “Migraine Prevention” options that are proven to be very effective and completely safe.
YOU MAY BE ABLE TO RECLAIM YOUR LIFE AND MAKE MIGRAINES A MUCH MORE MINOR PART OF YOUR LIFE THAN THEY CURRENTLY ARE!
Few physicians or researchers who are experts on migraines would deny that “STRESS” is a major factor in the occurrence of migraines.
Recent research from Sweden has demonstrated that certain types of stress reducing exercise was just as effective as a major prescription drug named Topiramate for preventing migraine headaches.
MigreLief, the multi-patented natural medicine that has been used by tens of thousands of chronic migraine sufferers, helps the brain and its arteries to maintain already normal cerebrovascular tone that exists when you are not suffering from a migraine.
Combining the daily use of MigreLief along with the following stress reducing breathing exercise can literally help control your migraines to an extent you may never have thought possible.
1 – The depth and rate of our breathing respectively decrease and increase when we are stressed. This can deplete oxygen flow to the body and the brain. Please do this breathing exercise exactly as it is described at least 3 times a day:
Blow your breath out through your mouth and then seal your lips. Breathe in slowly through your nose for 10 seconds while expanding your chest. Hold it for 30 seconds while trying to think about “nothing”.
At the end of 30 seconds then slowly expel the breath you were holding, through your lips over a 15 second interval. Notice how your entire body relaxes throughout this breathing exercise especially during the exhalation segment.
Repeat this sequence at least 3 times in a row, working yourself up do doing it 5X in a row, three times a day.
Over time, as your body and brain relax and get used to this very effective breathing technique, you may want to increase the time you breathe in through you nose to 15 seconds, the time you hold your breath to 60 seconds and the time you exhale through your mouth to 30 seconds.
To learn more about how MigreLief works and the success so many chronic migraine sufferers, just like yourself, have experienced please go to www.MigreLief.com
Curt Hendrix M.S. C.C.N. C.N.S.