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originally posted by: grumpy64
a reply to: johndeere2020
I am glad for you that you are getting some relief. I still occasionally get migraines and have never found a way of getting much relief. If I eat cheap chocolate at Easter time I will get migraines so there must be some chemical that causes them as well as stress.
originally posted by: PeterMcFly
This diet have demonstrated amazing effect on the brain. Why not join the experiment for migraine and give us some feedback?
originally posted by: SprocketUK
That's a good find. I used to suffer from cluster headaches and often found that hot air from a hairdryer or fan heater would provide temporary relief...Nothing stopped them fully though, but when you hurt that bad, anything is better than nothing.
originally posted by: VigiliaProcuratio
Sounds like blood pressure is implicated here. I have to say that anybody looking to use excessive temperatures, hot or cold, in order to alleviate chronic migraines, should first seek expert advice. Heat can cause blood pressure to either drop or rise so it would be ideal to know what the current BP is beforehand.
My first impression when I read this is that the problem relates to a tumour. If true then may be the effects of BP, be it high or low, can have a direct impact upon a tumour?