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Menstrual Migraines?  Prevention is Key

Menstrual Migraines? Prevention is Key

Menstrual migraines often lead to chronic migraines.  A preventive regimen is key to controlling fluctuating hormones and blood sugar swings, both well-known migraine triggers. Headaches in women, particularly migraines, have been related to changes in the levels of the female hormones estrogen and progesterone before, during and after a woman’s menstrual cycle. These hormone levels fluctuate dramatically and are also associated with a large percentage of migraines in women approaching menopause. DO NOT WAIT!  Why you should start managing your...
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Menstrual Migraines are More Severe, Last Longer and are More Resistant to Treatment

Menstrual Migraines are More Severe, Last Longer and are More Resistant to Treatment

MENSTRUAL MIGRAINES CAN BECOME CHRONIC MIGRAINES  Menstrual migraines that occur only monthly can progress into chronic migraines.  Researchers are discovering that migraines beget migraines, the more you have the more you will tend to get. They are not sure why but suspect the brain goes into a state of hypersensitivity, making prevention- key. Menstrual migraines are fueled by the drop in estrogen levels just prior to menstruation. True “Menstrual Migraines” occur at the time of menstruation.  “Menstrually Related Migraines” occur throughout...
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Night Sweats Occur in Women of All Ages, Not Just Perimenopausal Women!

A significant number of women of all ages complain about “night sweats”.  Most commonly night sweats are associated with the approach of menopause but many other factors can cause night sweats. For night sweats associated with hormonal issues, look into MigreLief+M. This product is not just for migraine prevention. It corrects both the hormonal and blood sugar issues that can lead to night sweats as well as migraines. In some women it can take up to 3 months to achieve...
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Vitex Agnus Castus (Chaste Tree Extract) May Benefit Sufferers of Both PMS and Migraines

It is well-known and documented that a significant percentage of women, who suffer from migraines, have attacks that are related to the hormonal fluctuations that occur with menstruation. Many of these women also suffer from the symptoms of PMS (premenstrual syndrome), which is also thought to be triggered by the same hormonal fluctuation.  These symptoms often include, cramping, tender breasts, cravings, depression, anger, anxiety, mood swings and bloating. MigreLief+M contains ingredients that help migraine sufferers to maintain healthy cerebrovascular function...
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HPV Vaccine Danger

The HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine is routinely recommended for girls 11 and 12 years of age. Doctors may give it to girls as young as 9,  It has also been recommended for boys age 9-26 and for women 13-26 years of age who did not receive it when they were younger.  If you are considering having your children obtain the this vaccine, please read this very informative article on the vaccine first.   Study Reveals Unavoidable Dangers of HPV Vaccine. To...
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Avoid Menstrual Migraines and Non-Menstrual Migraines – Treatment Alternative

Worried about your next menstrual migraine attack? Menstrual migraines are often more severe, last longer and are more resistant to treatment than non-menstrual migraines…  So what can you do? There is an option to treating menstrual migraine pain forever.  Woman now have the choice of keeping menstrual migraines at bay with MigreLief+M (menstrual formula.)MigreLief+M (menstrual/hormonal formula) is a dietary supplement formulated for chronic sufferers of  menstrual and all hormonal related migraines.  MigreLief has helped thousands upon thousands of sufferers regain control of...
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Menstrual Migraines in Adolescents

Many adult and adolscent women who suffer from chronic migraine headaches find that many, if not most of their headaches occur between 2 days before menstruation and 2-3 days after menstruation. These migraines are referred to as “menstrual” or hormonally related migraines. Correcting these imbalances can reduce or eliminate both migraines and many of the symptoms of PMS.
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Act Now Before Your Menstrual Migraines Become Chronic Migraines

Migraines that start around the menstrual cycle can often become chronic.  Don’t wait for that to happen.  Do not let menstrual migraines become chronic migraines! Studies show menstrual migraines are often more severe, last significantly longer, and are more resistant to treatment than usual non-menstrual migraines.  Medications that are currently on the market used to stop migraines can increase the frequency and tendency of migraine attacks, making sufferers more dependent on the medication. Stopping menstrual migraines BEFORE they occur or reducing the...
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7 Basic Tips to Lower Your Risk Of Breast Cancer

EAT A LOW FAT DIET Research shows a modest decrease in invasive breast cancer for women with a low-fat diet. Limit the polyunsaturated fat (in corn, safflower, and sunflower oils) and saturated fat (in meat and dairy) in your diet.  There is evidence that certain western lifestyle factors particularly our high fat diet – appear to increase the risk of the disease. For example, scientists found that although Japanese women have a much lower risk of developing breast cancer than women in the...
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HIGHER RISK IN BIRTH DEFECTS OF CHILDREN BORN FROM MOTHERS WITH DIABETES. WHAT YOU CAN DO TO REDUCE THAT RISK?

In an article published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, researchers found that diabetic women who were not taking folic acid supplements at the time of their conception may double the risk of having a child born with birth defects. The researchers who were from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that, “Clinicians should encourage all patients contemplating pregnancy to initiate prophylactic (preventive) folic acid supplementation.” A good way to get your folic acid would be...
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