Pollution and Poor Nutrition Causing Migraines
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Did you know at least 45,000,000 Americans report that they suffer from headaches? Personally, I’ve never reported a headache, have you? Just imagine how big the actual numbers of headache sufferers there really are. Sadly, popping all that headache medication isn’t preventing or curing the epidemic migraine syndrome sweeping America. But, it may be actually causing many of them.
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It’s called “rebound headaches,” “analgesic rebound headaches” or “medication overuse headaches” (MOH). If you’re having headaches for 7 to 15 days of the month, you may be one of millions of people addicted to anti-migraine or analgesic medications. Considering in the US, 10 to 20,000 tons of aspirin are consumed every year, which only scratches the surface of the total amount of headache medications Americans are swallowing.
There are many types of headache pain along with complications that come with them; the most common type is a migraine. By definition, a migraine is a “one-sided” throbbing pain, hammering away inside your head and robbing you of daily energy.
Migraines are still uncharted territory scientifically speaking, but we do know that migraines are triggered by changes of blood flow within in the brain. When blood vessels in the brain repeatedly contract and expand, nerve endings within these vessels respond by sending out pain signals.
Here are 5 common complications that can come with a migraine:
- Light sensitivity
- Noise sensitivity
- Numbness of limbs
- Nausea and vomiting
Now, common sense will tell you if any Over-The-Counter (OTC) or prescription cure were available, 45,000,000 people wouldn’t be reporting migraines and their dangerous complications, would they?
The good news is there are little known “proven remedies” for chronic migraines and headache pain.
As with any health issues, the solution can be found within the problem. Or, in other words, understanding the cause and undoing it can find the cure.
Rebound Headaches Are Aggravated by Nutritional Deficiencies
The last thing Big Pharma wants you to know is your general health issues, including migraine syndromes, are NOT drug deficiencies. In fact, an overwhelming amount of evidence reveals missing “key nutrients and minerals” cause a lot of human pain and suffering. Your migraines are no exception.
Yet, despite overwhelming evidence bearing against the effectiveness of pharmaceutical drugs these days, millions of people still take them regardless of any real benefits and harmful reactions.
To help make my point, let’s take a quick peek at some other examples of serious problems triggered from specific nutritional deficiencies. As you’ll see, following good old fashion common sense can solve many of your health challenges. Of course, common sense really isn’t so common anymore, is it?
For starters, we know some problems are caused by over eating. Take obesity, heart disease and diabetes, these are generally caused from eating too many “empty calories” and not getting enough exercise. Thanks to plenty of fast “junk” food, most Americans over eat and still suffer from “under nutrition,” simply because THEY’RE NOT GETTING ANY REAL NUTRITION.
Isn’t it ironic that over-eating is a main cause of under-nutrition in America?
Read on . . .
Here Are Some Classic Examples Of Dis-Ease Caused From Lack Of Nutrition:
- Calcium deficiency causes osteoporosis and rickets
- Iodine deficiency causes goiter
- Selenium deficiency causes Keshan disease
- Iron deficiency causes anemia
- Zinc deficiency causes growth retardation
- Thiamine (B1) deficiency causes Beriberi
- Niacin deficiency (b2 or B3) causes Pellagra
- Vitamin C deficiency causes scurvy and heart disease
- Vitamin D deficiency causes osteoporosis and rickets
Considering this it should be no surprise to learn migraine headache syndrome may be linked to certain deficiencies, as well. Actually, that’s really good news for millions of headache sufferers; perhaps all they need to do is find their own “missing link” to optimum health.