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Natural Migraine Cures FAQ



Treatment of migraine headaches using natural methods, including nutrition, herbs, biofeedback, psychology, chiropractic, etc.

This FAQ about Natural Migraine Cures was compiled and written by an588@freenet.carleton.ca (Catherine Woodgold) with numerous contributions by others.

-1) Introduction
This Natural Migraine Treatment FAQ, posted to ...
-2) For Immediate Relief
-3) Definition of Migraines
The word migraine comes from words meaning half the head,...
-4) Chiropractic treatment
Sometimes the bones in the neck are in the wrong place, and ...
-5.1) Theory of biofeedback
With biofeedback, a person learns to control a body ...
-5.2) Handwarming biofeedback
Phase I of a migraine is similar to what the body does ...
-5.3) Other Biofeedback
Biofeedback devices can be used to monitor the tenseness ...
-6) Acupuncture, Aromatherapy and Myotherapy (6.1) Acupuncture
One woman had been suffering from headaches for seven years. ...
-7) Nutritional Treatments (7.1) Food Sensitivity
Many books agree that chocolate is the most likely food ...
-7.2) Blood Sugar
Studies show that when a migraine person eats refined sugar, ...
-7.3) Salt
A normal person who eats a very large amount of salt will get ...
-7.4) Nutritional Supplements
There are many vitamins and other essential nutrients which ...
-7.5) Herbs
Feverfew helps many migraine sufferers. It's claimed by some ...
-8) Psychology
People often think thoughts that are just a little frightening. ...
-9) Nociceptive Appliances
The FDA has approved a device that ...
-10) Sex hormones
Apparently sex hormones are among the hormones that can ...
-11) Books/articles
[1] Brainard, John B., 1979. Control of Migraine. W.W. ...
-12) Links
[18] Nociceptive ...
-13) About the author of this FAQ
I've had migraines since about age 16. Sometimes I ...
-14) Disclaimer
This information about natural migraine treatments, ...
-16) Copyright
Copyright (c) 2001 Catherine ...









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