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hi I'd like to discuss some natural

remedies for migraines with you today

and the purpose of this if this video is

not to ignore all the advice you've been

giving by health care professionals by

your doctor by chiropractors by

neurologists about what medication to

take it's just something that you can do

in addition to possibly taking a

medication hopefully you create a bit

more degree and high degree of control

over your migraines

now migraines is a very common condition

and it's estimated one in seven people

suffer from migraines from time to time

severe or Majerle but definitely suffer

from migraines and for doshi who do not

know my brains are essentially a very

very intense headache often located one

side of the skull sometimes behind the

eye as well is associated as well with

with nausea with vomiting with

sensitivity to light and so he can't

stand bright light you can't stand sound

either so often people struggling with

migraines have to retreat and go into a

dark room and lay there until the

episode of migraine has has passed and a

lot of times people also have this aura

and that can differ from from from

individual but a common one is when the

visual field really becomes really

really narrow and it looks like someone

can only pee through or beep through a


and that's that's about the visual field

that they have and so those are quite

quite common signs for migraines now we

know some triggers and with those

triggers I'm trying to give you some

natural remedies for the migraine so one

of the trick is that we know exist with

migraines is food so we know the

chocolate we know alcohol and we know

cheese there's a few more quite

individual ones but these ones are

common ones so the first thing you need

to do or you should be doing is maybe to

keep a food diary and see what kinds of

food you've eaten and see if the

migraine just followed eating a certain

type of food that that's the easiest way

to to determine if food is a trigger for

you the second one is is a stress stress

really can and bring on a migraine as

well especially if you're acceptable to

my brains anyway so you need to have

some stretch come

adding therapies or some relief so

meditation is a very very good one focus

on breathing often when people are

stressed they tend to breathe high up

and adjust and not from the tummies so

that's like a chest breathing and that's

a tummy breathing so lay on your back

bend your knees and really put your

hands on your tummy and really trying to

breathe from your tummy and that will

help to alleviate some stress as well

what both will helps you leave the edge

well maybe going out for a run do some

exercise all of them think and help you

with it dealing with them with stress as

well there's recently some studies have

been have been published that show that

there's a link between digestive

problems and migraines are you talking

for example about IBS irritable bowel

syndrome or celiac disease now in case

of IBS irritable bowel syndrome you

could try something called

the foot map diet FOD and ap foot map

diet and that tends to calm down the bow

and hopefully by doing so you can

control your your migraines a little bit

with with that another trigger that we

know are hormones so imbalance of

hormones estrogen dominance can lead to

two migraines when you have an on sort

of migraine during your menstrual cycle

I mean that's obviously big a big

trigger that you think okay actually

hormones do actually play a big part in

this as well when you've got some

migraines during your pregnancy or

postpartum and when you had a migraine

that began or stopped when taking birth

control pills I mean all these things

pinpoint to a hormonal involvement with

your migraines now there are a few

things you can do you can you can

control partly controlled East region

level by eating some foods which are

rich in East region and will give you

the top six foods for that ranking from

high in concentration of East region to

lower concentration

number one is tofu and you can try tofu

number two what you can try and take is

flax seeds sesame seeds is number three

soybeans is number four who moose number

five and number six is garlic you can

try and add those foods to your diet you

see that makes a difference with your

migraines if you know there's a hormonal


responsible for margins with with with

you v trigger and we is a trigger that

we call audio Pathak which is very

unfortunate but we just don't know

what's causing it so there's nothing to

do about that one vi trigger which is

also a known one is is the neck then

that can also play a massive role in in

in in my grains especially imagine when

you're sitting in front of in front of a

computer and you hunched up and your

shoulders touch your ears and there's

tension in the back of your neck and

then there's an irritation going on in

the neck and the muscles here the nerves

being pinched and that can also trigger

a migraine and that's something that we

can help with as chiropractors we can

lose your neck off we can if we can

adjust it we can do some gentle traction

and we can release some tension the

muscles giving you some stretches for

example one the stretches we could do it

is a stretch for your trapezius and when

you hold on to the in this case I'm

holding to the right wrist and put them

a right shoulder down and I'm tilting my

left ear to my left shoulder and I'm

holding it for 10 seconds and I'm

stretching out my upper trapezius muscle

on the right side here so I'm holding it

for 10 seconds I do 10 repetitions and I

do 3 sets the same the other side so I'm

putting down my left arm here by pulling

on my left wrist and I'm going to my

right side right ear right shoulder and

the same thing 10 repetitions hold off

for 10 seconds and repeat 3 times

another thing we can do as chiropractors

is is what we call medical dry needling

which is a very effective technique to

release tension top of your neck and and

top of your shoulders it's it's it's

it's acupuncture medical medical dry

needling works really really well for

this as well so that's something we can

help you with to do I mean postural

improvement is something in the help

people walk around like this the whole

time postural improvements are

strengthening the muscles between your

shoulder blades and make sure you're

nice and upright and take and take

regular breaks if you're sitting in

front of computer take regular breaks

every every 25 minutes now there are two

more supplements you can take

specifically for migraines which are

vitamin b12 which is RIBA flavin take

400 milligram daily for at least one


ideally for three months you can really

if it's made a difference for you the

other supplement you could take

specifically for migraines is ginger and

it's about a thousand milligrams a day

and ginger tends to help as well with

nausea and vomiting

so those remedies those supplements you

can take specifically for migraines and

there's three anti-inflammatory

supplements you can take as well so they

generally help with inflammation in the

body they might help with migraines as

well which is tumeric you take about a

thousand to two and a half thousand

milligram per day to help you to get an

anti-inflammatory and the inflammation

in your body you can use EPA fish oil

take about a thousand to two thousand

milligram daily and the last one I can

recommend is magnesium because magnesium

is a muscle relaxant and it's also

anti-inflammatory and how would you say

take what's only take what's on the on

the bottle good I hope you found some

some value in this I hope will help you

with giving you a high degree of control

of your migraines and wish you the best

of luck with us bye-bye