Migraines and headaches

For anyone suffering from Migraines or headaches

If you are suffering from Migraines I hope this information can help you.

Medications these days can stop a migraine from progressing and do a great job.  Some people don't feel completely well on some medications and some people prefer to find other ways of managing their migraines.  If they don't catch it in time, they can spend days in bed getting over the pain and over sensitivity to light and sound. 

At Personal Tuning we believe for a lot of people with migraines, even if there are food allergies or other reasons people have that trigger their migraines, there are still 3 causes that contribute to a Migraine coming on.

We have a free e-book that describes these 3 causes and how to help manage these causes and by doing that, can help to improve or eliminate a migraine arriving.  It also describes why you get over-sensitivity and auras with migraines.

There are different types of migraines and not all migraines have pain.  For example one type of migraine without pain, can cause vertigo.

Extract from our blog page:

Why do people get Auras with some Migraines?

Auras are any of the sensory changes that happen before a migraine headache. They can affect your vision, hearing, or ability to speak. You could also have muscle weakness or tingling.  The kind of visual disturbances you might get are flashing lights, blurred vision or blind spots in your field of vision (blind spots are not always an aura so see an optometrist or your doctor if you have not had them diagnosed).
Only about one quarter of migraines has auras.

Not enough oxygenated blood (from the 3 reasons explained on our home page) can affect your senses like vision and hearing. 

At Personal Tuning we teach that in people with Migraines there is not enough oxygenated blood going up to the back of the head.  There are 3 reasons for this which we cover in detail.  NB: They have some oxygenated blood going there, otherwise they would faint.

Click on the button below to learn the 3 reasons and why you get over-sensitivity to light and sound, and to find out how you can help.