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    candacehelgeson posted:
    I have lived with a constant headache now for about 7 to 8 years. I go to the chiropractor when i can but that only helps keep the major migaines away. i still have to deal with a headache all day everyday. Does anybody have any to ideas about what or how to help?
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    TSgtDtD responded:

    I started seeing a Kinesologist/Chiropractor about 2 years ago. I have had a constant headache since going through the windshield of a car in 1983. Between adjustments and supplements its been reduced noticeably.

    Think back, do your headaches coincide with any physical event?

    No guarantees, just a suggestion; working for me. Good Luck!


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