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Menstrual Migraine Relief – SALE – MigreLief+M

October 23rd, 2013

IF YOU SUFFER MENSTRUAL MIGRAINES – MIGRELIEF+M WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!

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Menstrual migraines that occur only monthly can progress into chronic migraines, therefore the time to address your migraines is now.

MigreLief+M contains the same triple therapy ingredients as Original Formula (Magnesium, Riboflavin (B-2) and Puracol Feverfew, plus 5 additional ingredients that help to regulate blood sugar and hormone fluctuations, a well known migraine trigger for many women.  (See label below)

Menstrual related migraine attacks are often more severe, last significantly longer, and are more resistant to treatment than the usual non-menstrual migraine attacks.

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Patient/Consumer Feedback for MigreLief+M

~Where has this product been all my life? I’ve had migraines for years, since the onset of puberty and PCOS (for which the chasteberry is especially welcome). My only triggers seem to be hormones, stress, and weather. Now that I’m not hanging under the fog of a migraine (and the lowered IQ that comes with it), I can see how insidious my headaches had become. My migraines are non-traditional, with lots of aura, stupidity, and a desire for a dark cool room. I’ve had to miss a lot of work because of them. — K

~ Just thought you’d like to hear that the MigreLief + M has made a TOTAL difference in my migraines.   Thank you for making this lifestyle-saving (if not life saving!) supplement available! – – P

I have taken several different preparations for migraine prevention and I think this is one of the most effective I have found.  – – S.N. Brown, Colorado

~ This product arrived on Saturday. I’ve been taking it twice a day as directed, and the results have been quick and remarkable. No aura, no loss of cognition. I can function!  Thank god for my neurologist who recommended this to me. Nothing else has worked but this.  – – Ciannait

I’ve been taking this for about six months and have had great success but without any of the terrible side effects. – – J.W.

Suffered for many years with migraines, and used expensive prescription drugs weekly. I had so many headaches that I felt I was suffering from a nutritional deficiency. I searched the Internet for migraine information and found a few products that are actually vitamin supplements. I bought and tried them all, but I’ve had unbelievable results with this product. It has a magnesium base with a few common herbs. Easy to take and a lot less expensive than my prescriptions! I’m a firm believer in this product. – – M.L.

~ I have been taking this for about 4 months now and an thrilled!! I have been getting migraines ever since I can remember. Went to a headache clinic and was told which supplements could help. Took six different pills to meet the requirements until I discovered this formula. All the the items in one bottle. – – E.N.

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MigreLief+M: Menstrual Migraine Formula for Migraines Triggered by Hormones

August 11th, 2013

Women and Migraines - vintage adThis vintage headache remedy ad archived at the National Library of Medicine is aimed at women who were often told their headaches or migraines were “All in their head.”  In those days, women’s migraines were thought to be a result of their fragile nature and inability to cope with stress.

More women than men suffer migraines in the world and three times more frequently, but it has nothing to do with their fragile sensibilities. One of the most common migraine triggers is hormones.

There is a direct relationship between hormones and headaches.

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 associated with a large percentage of migraines in women.

MENSTRUAL MIGRAINE CONTROL – MigreLief+MMigreLief+M for Natural enstrual Migraine Relief

Akeso Health Sciences, patent holder and manufacturer of MigreLief, the most successful nutritional migraine supplement for maintaining normal cerebrovascular function, formulated another life changing product for menstrual migraine sufferers, MigreLief+M.  

MigreLief+M contains the same trusted triple therapy ingredients as Original MigreLief (Magnesium, Ribofalvin & Feverfew-a proprietary source of whole leaf & extract) plus 5 additional ingredients for balancing blood sugar and hormone fluctuations (a well known migraine trigger) and significantly decreasing PMS (pre-menstual syndrome) and PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) symptoms such as cravings, breast tenderness, bloating, cramps, depression, irritability and weight gain.

THE HORMONE CONNECTION

Healthcare practitioners often hear women complain that they exercise and try to watch their diet but their weight loss is very slow or non-existent, and they even gain weight and body fat.

How can this happen?  The answer is like the engine of a car, the body is a complex machine and many systems can malfunction. If your car is getting poor gas mileage, a mechanic or an auto dealer may tell you to drive slower to get better gas mileage, but if your spark plugs are fouled or mistimed, you will never see the benefit of improved mileage despite your efforts to drive slower. Similarly, a lack of weight loss or even weight gain after dieting and exercise can be explained and conquered, once disruptive hormonal imbalances and blood sugar irregularities (insulin resistance) are corrected.

Most women are familiar with the many pounds that some women gain during the time of the month while experiencing PMS. This is an example of how a simple hormonal fluctuation can cause weight gain – without you consuming one extra calorie.

Likewise, many of you have seen the middle age weight gain and body fat increase of many middle-aged women who are approaching menopause. This is yet another example of how hormonal changes can cause significant changes in your weight and body composition, without consuming extra calories (which are normally thought to be the reason for weight gain). Studies show that 90% of women gain weight between the ages of 35 – 55.

Hormone changes and weight gain are directly related, and balancing your hormones is essential to prevent this weight gain. Weight gain during perimenopause is actually hormonal weight gain, and much of this weight may locate in the abdominal area. Cortisol is a hormone that we release when we’re under stress. Fat cells contain more cortisol than other cells. Fat cells located deep in the abdominal area that surround our organs contain the most cortisol. Cortisol increases the accumulation of fat in these cells and INSULIN RESISTANCE increases the abdominal accumulation of fat as well CAUSING SIGNIFICANT WEIGHT GAIN AND SUBSTANTIAL HEALTH RISK!

Estrogen, progesterone and even testosterone levels can fluctuate quite significantly a few days before and after menstruation leading to migraines and causing symptoms of PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) and PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) such as:

PMS Symptoms:

  • Menstrual migraines
  • Mood swings
  •  Irritability
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  •  Changes in libido
  • Overeating
  • Cravings, especially for salty or sweet foods
  • Acne
  • Hives
  • Abdominal and pelvic cramps
  • Bloating
  • Weight gain
  • Headaches
  • Breast swelling and pain

 

PCOS Symptoms:

  • Hair loss: similar to male pattern baldness
  • Obesity and inability to lose weight
  • Acne

Insulin resistance: The body does not respond well to insulin, which controls blood sugar levels and can lead to Type II diabetes and abdominal weight gain

High insulin levels due to insulin resistance increase the production of the male hormone, testosterone. High testosterone levels cause symptoms such as body hair growth, acne, irregular periods and weight gain (all of these are PCOS symptoms) some HGH pills that are for sale are also linked to such observations, however the data is shallow and not conclusive.

The testosterone causes much of the weight women gain to be in the abdominal area, which is where men carry much of their excess weight. Thus, it can be seen that the “Terrible -Twosome” of hormonal fluctuations and insulin resistance can wreak havoc on a woman’s over-all health as well as her ability to prevent weight gain and lose weight. This “Terrible-Twosome” is also directly related to the occurrence of menstrual related migraines.

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. Fluctuating hormones associated with menstrual migraines, PMS and PCOS can be controlled through specific doses of naturally occurring compounds.

A combination of naturally occurring compounds will not only control menstrual migraines, they will control the following:

1. Suffer from debilitating symptoms of PMS and PCOS.

2. Have a difficult time losing weight even after dieting and exercising

These natural compounds are:

  • High dose Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2, 400 mg/day)
  • Puracol Feverfew (100 mg/day)
  • Magnesium (citrate/oxide, 360mg/day)
  • Chasteberry extract (175 mg/day)
  • L-Theanine (100 mg/day)
  • D-Biotin (15 mg/day)
  • Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (vitamin B-6, 100 mg/day)

MigreLief+M contains the ingredients listed above known for menstrual migraine control, hormone & blood sugar balance, PMS & PCOS control.

DON’T WAIT TO GET YOUR MENSTRUAL MIGRAINES UNDER CONTROL – MIGRAINES CAN LEAD TO MORE MIGRAINES AND DEPRESSION

Migraines that first occur around your menstrual cycle may become chronic over time for many reasons.  “Migraines beget migraines – the more of them you have, the more vulnerable you become to having another,” according to Dr. Andrew Charles director of the Headache Research and Treatment Program in the UCLA Department of Neurology. He goes on to explain, “We’ve begun to see from researchers that the frequency of migraine attack is linked to permanent changes in the brain, and I think that changes the playing field for patients and those of us who take care” of them.

Migraines (menstrual or otherwise) are a risk factor for depression and can also lead to the vicious cycle of “Rebound Headaches” otherwise known as Medication Overuse Headaches.  Continuously treating the pain and other symptoms of migraine with prescription and over-the-counter drugs can eventually increase the frequency and tendency of your migraines.   This is a difficult cycle to break and often calls for detoxing and weaning off of medication.

Nipping migraines in the bud through prevention is key to keeping control of your headaches and your life. 

If you suffer menstrual or hormonal Migraines, consider trying MigreLief+M.  We recommend using it for 90 days sufficient to build blood levels for maximum effectiveness, and to control blood sugar swings and hormone fluctuations (1 bottle – 60 caplets is 1 month supply).

For more information or to purchase MigreLief, visit our official website MigreLief.com

To the Best of Health,

 

Curt Hendrix, M.S., C.C.N., C.N.S

 

Is Taking Hormone Replacement Therapy to Manage Menopausal Symptoms Worth the Risk? What Are Your Other Options?

September 5th, 2011

As women approach menopause, some are not plagued with the well know symptoms of hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, poor sleep, excitability, depression, poor concentration, fatigue, and some are to the point of distraction.

All of the symptoms are caused, at least in part, by the hormonal changes that are occurring during this phase of a woman’s life.

To deal with these problems many women’s physicians suggest going on hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
It is well known that HRT increases the risk of blood clots, strokes, and various cancers like breast, ovarian and uterine. Therefore, there is little to lose and much to gain by first trying natural alternatives that are supported by clinical evidence, before running the risks associated with HRT.

The natural medicines that seem to work best for many women are:

Black Cohosh 20 mg twice per day
Chaste Tree Extract 400 mg/day
Fermented Soy Foods – i.e. Tempeh, Miso, Natto. ( I am not in favor of soymilk, soy protein, or pill forms of soy isoflavones) *
Vitamin E succinate 800 IU per day
Maca – 2000 mg/day

Best of Health,

 

Curt Hendrix, M.S., C.C.N., C.N.S.

*Read about the possible dangers of consuming non-fermented soy products – Dr. Kaayla Daniel, author of The Whole Soy Story

NOTE:  “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.

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Migraines and Menopause

July 12th, 2011

It is often said that migraine frequency will drop as women enter menopause, but nothing about migraines is ever clear and simple.

A recent study presented in Lisbon at The European Neurological Society found that certain women as they approach menopause do experience an improvement in their migraines, but other women can find their migraines either start at menopause or worsen. The researchers found that women, whose migraines were closely tied to their menstrual cycle during their fertile years, had a better chance (but by no means certain) of seeing their migraines improve or even stop with menopause.

Learn more about the migraine/hormone connection and preventing migraines while balancing hormones naturally.

Curt Hendrix, M.S., C.C.N., C.N.S

The Migraines and Weight Gain Connection?

April 5th, 2011

WOULD LESS MIGRAINES MEAN LESS WEIGHT?

A recent study carried out by the University of Washington in Seattle and published in the medical journal “Headache” found that women whose migraines started in childhood were 33% more likely to gain 22 pounds or more after the age of 18 than women who didn’t have migraines.

It is known that obesity doubles the odds of getting migraines and that over-weight children who were suffering from migraines, improved significantly, if they lost weight.

Combining this information with the established correlation between hormonal fluctuations and blood sugar fluctuation contributing to both migraines and weight gain, it makes sense that preventing migraines rather  than medicating for the pain, is clearly the goal of choice, for migraine sufferers….And nothing does all of these things more efficiently than MigreLief.

Curt Hendrix

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