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Different Types Of Headaches

Their are many different types of headaches. From TMJ, Sinus , Cluster, Tension, Migraine, Neck and allergy related. Short term headaches are nice and easy to remedy, yet the long term more chronic headaches are much more of a challenge to help. So on this page we will give you are top tips on naturally remedies that can help, and what we can offer at The Ozone Spa.

 

Ozone Steam Session

PEMF

Nutritional Testing

Blue Block Glasses

Body Work

 

 

 

Migraine Study 2005

A prospective audit looked at migraine sufferers to determine whether eliminating the foods highlighted in the result of a YorkTest food-specific IgG antibody test could improve their condition.

Patients were recruited from Primary Care practices and were encouraged to alter their diets to eliminate their ‘trigger foods’. Their progress was followed for a 2-month period. The study showed: “A marked proportion of the migraine patients benefited from dietary intervention by cutting out (the problem) foods.” And that “over 60% of patients who re-introduced the suspect foods back into their diets reported the return of their migraine symptoms.”

The study’s authors said: “This investigation demonstrated that food intolerance may be associated with migraine and that changing the diet to eradicate certain foods may be a potentially effective treatment for migraine.”

To read the full study, please click here: Migraine Study 2005

Migraine Study 2011 (University of York)

Research from the University of York further supported the finding of the 2005 Migraine Audit. This randomised controlled trial using 167 subjects showed that the frequency of migraine-like headaches was reduced by 23% after 4 weeks on the YorkTest recommended diet. Dr Andrew Dowson, consultant neurologist, head of headache services at King’s College and member of the medical advisory board of Migraine Action, commenting on the research said: “A link between food intolerance and migraine has long been suspected. Recent research has shown that when people with migraine follow tailored diets to eliminate trigger foods their symptoms significantly improve, however the treatment of migraine is not a ‘one size fits all’ situation, each person needs to establish their own specific combination of triggers, which can also include factors like stress and irregular sleep patterns. The link between food intolerance and migraine is an interesting new field and warrants more detailed research.”

To read the full study, please click here: Migraine Study 2011

Migraine Survey 2011 (Migraine Action)

A survey of a 1,000 people suffering with migraine by the charity Migraine Action has revealed that over two thirds of members affected by frequent migraine attacks believe that certain foods could be the cause. The survey found that 85% of people affected by debilitating migraines had their symptoms reduced, and quality of life improved, when their food triggers were discovered and avoided.

Additional research from the University of York has further supported the Migraine Action findings, uncovering that the frequency of migraine attacks was reduced by almost a quarter (23%) over 4 weeks when the YorkTest FoodScan test was usedDr Andrew Dowson, head of headache services at King’s College and member of the medical advisory board of Migraine Action, commenting on the research said: “A link between food intolerance and migraine has long been suspected. Recent research has shown that when people who suffer with migraines follow tailored diets to eliminate trigger foods their symptoms significantly improve, however the treatment of migraine is not a ‘one size fits all’ situation, each person needs to establish their own specific combination of triggers, which can also include factors like stress and irregular sleep patterns”.

 

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