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Mary Ashley
Mary Ashley • 1 year ago

Suggested MIGRAINE RELIEVER RECIPE: - 1/2 pineapple - 3-4 leaves kale or a bunch of spinach - 1 stick of celery - 1/4 lemon - 1/2 inch ginger root (optional) And drink LOTS of water!

  • Mary Ashley
    Mary Ashley • 1 year ago

    @Mary Ashley-MIGRAINE RELIEVER If you're experiencing chronic migraine, check what you're eating. Some of the foods that trigger migraine: Fried foods, sugar, artificial sweeteners, flour products, dairy products, alcohol, caffeine, food additives, chocolate and some nuts/seeds. A diet high in complex carbohydrates (whole grains and starchy vegetables) and low in protein is recommended for headache sufferers. Most of the time, a migraine is the body’s way of signalling that it is dehydrated. Drink PLENTY of water, fresh fruit and vegetable juices to rid the body of the toxins that are the main culprit of headaches. Most fruits and vegetables are rich in three very important minerals that help remedy migraine, namely: Potassium, calcium and magnesium. Some foods that especially help: Dark green vegetables, bananas, cantaloupe, celery, cucumber, lemon, pineapple, watermelon, and ginger.

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What do your symptoms mean? By Kate Rope ~ Everyone experiences pain occasionally, whether it’s a headache, muscle stiffness, or an upset stomach. Some people, such as migraine sufferers or those with irritable bowel syndrome, have to deal with pain and discomfort on a more frequent basis. And then there are people with fibromyalgia—a chronic pain disorder whose often debilitating symptoms overlap with many other diseases.

  • Sheila Mitchell-Favrin

    Now that three drugs have been approved to treat fibromyalgia, you may be hearing a lot about this condition. And if you’ve experienced unexplained pain recently, it’s easy to wonder whether you might even suffer from it. (Between 80% and 90% of those diagnosed with fibromyalgia are women.) Diagnosis can be tricky, but experts say that with the right information, it is possible to find the true cause of your pain—whether it’s fibro or something else—and get the treatment you need. So where do your aches, pains, and everyday health woes fit in? Here’s our guide to what’s normal and what’s not, and when you should see your doctor.

  • Dr Kay

    You got it right when you said " now that drugs have been approved you will hear more about fibromyaligia" (which just happens to be a bunch of symptoms any way) Follow the money on that one.

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LOL so true! can't count how many activities I've had to miss because of my illness!