Migraines and Headaches

There is a lot of information readily available about the symptoms of migraines and cluster headaches and there are also many forms of medication that can help with the symptoms, together with support groups.

If you are a migraine sufferer and are reading this, then it is likely that you are unhappy with the treatment you have been offered to deal with your migraines. You will probably have been asked to keep a food diary, a sleep diary, a mood diary etc in order to help you to identify things that trigger your migraines and you will have been advised to avoid these triggers. It is likely that you either take medication at the first sign of a migraine attack or you may be taking some preventative medication. It is not unusual for migraine sufferers to feel unable to leave the home without their medication – just in case of an attack. However, these are management tools which help you to live with the problems and do not address the cause of your migraines/headaches.

Migraines are often a symptom of pathogens, usually viruses, which are in your body and which your immune system is not able to eliminate or control. Your immune system may be just about able to keep the pathogens under control but any additional factor such as tiredness, stress, or even an mild illness can be enough to trigger an attack.

We can identify exactly which pathogens you have that are likely to be causing your symptoms. We can eliminate the pathogens, either by providing you with remedies or with remote energy healing. Once the pathogens are eliminated they can no longer cause your migraines, headaches or cluster headaches.

As migraines and headaches are usually caused by viruses, it is likely that the viruses are causing other symptoms as well such as fatigue, aching muscles, light/sound sensitivity.

Typical causal pathogens: Malaria, Polio, Meningitis, Hepatitis, Epstein Barr, Pertussis