Pain Alleviation

now has a new story

Pain Alleviation

now has a new story
Pain is a construct of the brain. People can feel excruciating pain in their phantom limbs. People can be hypnotized to ignore their pain. Changing the brain chemicals can have some impact on alleviating chronic pain.
You don't need to be sick anymore

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Most common Pain Alleviation

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Headache

Many things can lead to headaches. They include nerve pressure, dilation of blood vessels supplying the brain, food sensitivities, hypoglycemia, dehydration, infections, nutritional toxicity, hormone imbalance, some kind of autoimmune, muscle contraction, neurotransmitter imbalance...the list goes on. MORE

Migraine

Migraine seem to be the result of an electrical storm inside the brain. The storm front progresses at 2mm to 3mm per minute. The blood vessels enlarge at the storm front and constrict as the storm passes. This temporarily decreases the energy production inside the mitochondria in the brain. This is responsible for the migraine pain. MORE

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Can you change your Pain Alleviation story?

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