Ever since I can remember I have had bad headaches. A thirty five I can honestly say that I am not getting headaches like I used to. When I was younger my mom must have taken me to at least five different doctors that said they specialized in headaches and not one could find anything wrong with me. I even went to several headache and pain centers that took different diagnostic tests that all came up negative, again, nobody could find anything wrong with me.
Take a look at this, this is what I looked at and read that my diet could actually affect why I get headaches. By eliminating different types of food I could eventually find out what might be triggering my headaches. First, we tried eliminating gluten from my diet for the first week. Continue reading
I have been takingthe supplement that I found on www.superafricanmango.co for about three weeks now. I had been suffering from severe headaches for months prior to taking this wonderful supplement. My headaches all started when I started dieting with the hopes of losing the weight that I had put on since I started the office job that I hold.
I went from having a job where I had to work laboriously for hours on end to a job where I spend ten hours a day sitting in a chair in front of a computer. This has helped and hurt the way that I feel at the end of the day. Continue reading
I started taking xamthone plus about two months after I had my last baby. I have four kids and I had never experienced any kind of depression or headaches with any of them before this last one. I had talked with my doctor about what I was feeling and he was going to try to put me on some different medications to treat me for postpartum depression.
I took my prescriptions home and started doing a little bit of research about what they were and how they could affect my daily life. I did not like what I was reading at all. I learned that those meds would likely help with the headaches and the depression that I was feeling, but they could cause a long list of side effects that seemed to me to be worse than any symptoms that I had been experiencing.
I knew that I could not begin taking any of those drugs knowing that they were going to make me feel so tired and could cause so many other problems, so I started looking for a natural way to treat the depression and headaches. When one of my searches brought up a page about xamthone plus and what all it helps to treat, I thought that I had found what I was looking for.
I spent some time reading up on where it came from, who has used it and what all it has been used to treat successfully. I felt pretty good about putting a natural product like this into my body on a daily basis, so I ordered it.
It did not take long for it to make a difference in the way that I feel each day. I do not dread the thought of getting out of bed and have actually been having a great time with my kids again.
This is our second article focusing on the correlation between sugar and headaches. In our first post – Reduce the Sugar, Reduce the Headaches – we discussed ways to cut out the sugar from your diet and reduce the risk of migraine headaches. But how much sugar should you consuming as part of a balanced diet?
Determining how much sugar is safe in your daily diet is contingent upon understanding two things: what natural sugar is and what added sugar is. Also, if you’re diabetic, your daily sugar intake restriction is different than a non-diabetic. Either way, too much sugar is not is not a good thing, period, and you should make sure you are staying within the limits of a healthy daily sugar intake.
Natural sugar occurs in almost everything we eat because our bodies use sugar to fuel our brains, muscles and maintain healthy cell function. People without sugar-related health issues normally need not worry about natural sugar. It’s when we go overboard and overdose on foods with added sugar that sugar intake becomes unhealthy.
According to The National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke, food and ingredients in foods are responsible for over 50 percent of migraine headaches. While headaches can have numerous causes and identifying the exact triggers can be difficult, sugar consumption is often be one of the leading causes of food related migraines. Luckily, it is one of the headache triggers that is easiest to control.
In addition to reducing the frequency of migraines, cutting sugar from your diet can help you lose weight and improve the health of your body and teeth. While cutting sugar from your diet completely can be hard, there are many sugar-free foods and snacks that can help make the process easier. The healthy benefits of a sugar-free diet are worth the effort.
There are ten things you can do everyday to lead a healthy lifestyle. It will not happen overnight for many people, especially if they have led a lifestyle filled with bad habits such as eating bad foods and not exercising. Following a guideline and learning fun ways to have a healthy lifestyle will help you achieve your goal.
10 Things Needed for a Healthy Lifestyle
Heart rate monitors are commonly used by medical professionals and athletes. The monitors are used to show the rate of the heart at work. Most people use these monitors when they are looking to increase their heart strength and endurance. The monitors come in many different type of styles and models. It is best to choose the monitor that best fits your active lifestyle. Continue reading
You might have read in the past about people who suffer from migraines using Botox as a treatment. There are plenty of arguments both for and against this practice, and below I will discuss this in detail.
Botox is actually the botulin toxin, and it has been used for years now for various reasons, from removing lines and wrinkles on the face for vanity reasons, to treating excessive sweating for people with certain conditions. Basically, Botox is injected into the muscle and it paralyzes it by preventing the neurotransmitter acetylcholine from being released. This is responsible for muscle contractions. When used, it causes wrinkles to disappear, and sweat to stop being excreted, resulting in either a fresher, younger look or less body odor due to sweat. Botox is quick to apply and fast acting, so one session is often enough to achieve the desired results.
Experiencing a sinus headache can be an extremely unpleasant experience. It often leaves you feeling congested, irritable, and tired. The pain from a sinus headache is often unbearable and can affect your temples, forehead or even your entire face. Fever and sore throat are also common symptoms. Thankfully there are many tried and true home remedies available to relieve the discomfort and give relief, and most of them are quite effective.
Many people swear by the use of a cold compress to deliver relief. Simply placing the compress on your forehead for a few minutes will typically ease inflammation and lower your fever. The coolness can feel great on your skin as well. Remember to only keep a cold compress on your skin for twenty minutes or less every two or three hours, Continue reading