reply to post by tomorrowseer
If the headaches have been happening for a long time like that it could be a tyramine headache. Eating or drinking a lot of fermented or aged foods
that contain tyramines without enough copper in the diet can cause these headaches. This headache also appears if too many foods containing natural
MAOI inhibitors are in the diet. Your eating habits may have to be adjusted. Either cut down on the fermented/aged foods and beverages, or possibly
boost foods in copper or take a small copper supplement. maybe 100 percent of the RDA for a couple of weeks. A mineral imbalance can also cause this,
taking a 66 percent magnesium supplement for a week and possibly a little iodine in a multivitamin/multimineral will help. Magnesium is used by the
body for making about 300 enzymes.
Sometimes the body cannot properly process acetylaldehyde. This can give you a headache. A little pickle juice can help for this or some apple cider
vinegar with mother with a little sugar and some water can be drank. If the headache gets worse from this it is because both vinegar and sugar
possess tyramine effects. Tyramine is what makes adrenaline and Saratonin.
Another headache is from dehydration. This is related to improper salt in the diet. Salt is needed but too much is no good. Too much salt can cause
a headache, too little can cause a headache. The chloride in salt is necessary for stomach acid also. you may crave more than needed if stomach acid
isn't enough. Eat more fish, it is high in chloride. Another thing is to try eating some pickled beets, it has betaine which is needed to properly
use the chloride, once or twice a week is plenty. Or you can try Betaine HCL if you prefer pills. one pill when you eat a high protein meal is all
that is needed. Try the beets first, they are under a buck and a half for a jar and it lasts quite a while. The symptoms of too much stomach acid
and too little are almost identical so it is a trial and error thing.
High blood pressure can cause a headache. Eat more foods containing curcumin if this is the case. More celery, cucumber or pickles, or even mustard
which contains turmeric which contains curcumen. These things and many more bring the blood pressure down.
The problem could be from a problem in your neck also, a misaligned bone or dry joints. You have to see a chiropractor for that. Jello contains
Glucosamine and chondorine and some enzymes plus the vitamin C to help them work, it can help to replenish a lot of joints with the right stuff. I
like Jello better than taking a pill myself, you have to eat anyway so it costs very little more than just living.
Next is a simple aspirin or eating some food with sulfate in them. Molybdenum is needed for changing sulfate back to sulfite, too much sulfite gives
you a headache. Avoiding sulfates is bad though, they are needed by the body to do many things. They help to keep the blood working right, they help
stop aglutination of blood cells from eating food that we have antigens to because of our blood type. Aspirin also contains silicon which in the
right amount helps lubricate the blood so it can pass through small capilaries. We have poison on the foods now so we have to peel them. Silicon in
food makes the apple and carrot shine, it is on the peel, Eat organic apples with the peel. Poplar leaf tea is also a good addition but make sure
there is no chemicals in the soil by the tree.
There are some other things but try these things, a doctor doesn't have the time to check these things in a visit. I have tested all these things on
myself and am trying to figure out what works on which headache location. Not always working so great, especially the vinegar with a tyramine
I found that the headache I get after eating popcorn goes away fast with apple cider vinegar with mother with the sugar and water. It is the same
thing that coffee has that relieves headaches of this kind. The Malaic acid in real apple cider also relieves a headache of some kinds. It is
interesting to study this stuff. PM me if you have any more questions.