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Warding off and curing cluster migraines.
carlwilliams254 posted:
Heavy duty breathing excersices can actually eliminate the headache but you need to know how to do it properly and for how long. I used to do it till my lips and fingers would get numb, then back off a tad, but kept it up. It does work wonders as does an oxygen tank.

I was on Imitrex which worked great for me, but I really dont like taking that heavy duty drug.

I've finally sured them and didn;t know it, but my wife figured it out. I had begun taking sertraline HCL (Zoloft) for anxiety, but the increased concentration of serotoniun in the trigeminal nerve systme seems to have been enough that I dont get them anymore.

You may also want to check your cervical alignment through a chiropractor.

I hope this info can help you or someone else!!!!
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