Migrain Treatment- IT WORKS

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wonderfulKate
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   Posted 1/26/2011 6:35 AM (GMT -6)   
as a 15 year migrain sufferer, i am saying with confidence- IT WORKS. No more painlkilles, no more irratable bowel and harmful toxins. Please read on, try it and if it will work for you, please let me know. It will be great to find out that people are getting better.

Melatonin is a chemical found naturally in your brain that helps to regulate your body's sleep cycle. Melatonin has been used for years, for a large number of disorders. The following are just a few examples to give you an idea of the flexibility of melatonin:

Alzheimer's. It has been proven that melatonin will help with sleep disorders in a person with Alzheimer's disease.

Antioxidant. A lot of promising studies have been done on animals that show melatonin is a good free radical scavenger. The free radicals are what does damage to our bodies.

High blood pressure. There have been a few studies that show that melatonin can be effective in reducing blood pressure.

Inflammatory bowel syndrome. Melatonin has show promise in relieving the symptoms associated with this disorder.

There have been studies recently that seem to point to a connection between melatonin levels and migraines. The studies have been few, but they have found that migraine sufferers who take melatonin on a regular basis are developing fewer migraines. Whether is due to the effect that melatonin has on the levels of serotonin in your brain is not clear. It has been thought that serotonin levels will effect your frequency of migraines also.

Studies have shown that taking 3 mg of melatonin before bedtime each evening reduced the incidence of migraines in over 50% of the migraine sufferers studied. The study participants reported that the severity of the migraines were decreased also while taking melatonin.

Melatonin is a relatively safe drug and can be purchased over the cover at many health food stores and in your pharmacy. The few side effects that have been reported from taking melatonin are headaches, nausea and
excessive drowsiness. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not take melatonin because the effect of melatonin on babies and unborn children is not known. It is also recommended that people with autoimmune diseases should not take melatonin.

If you are a migraine sufferer, try your own experiment with melatonin. Take 3 mg of melatonin about 30 to 60 minutes before bedtime every evening. Document the date that you start and continue taking if for 2 to 3 months. Document any migraines that you might have in this time period and note the severity of the pain and the duration. If you don't have any migraines, make note of that also. If you have noticed a vast improvement in your migraines, then it is safe to say that you have discovered the connection between melatonin and migraines.
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wonderfulKate
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   Posted 1/26/2011 3:47 PM (GMT -6)   
I just got it from the internet nature shop (or whatever it is) called BIOVEA
www.biovea.com
its on the page 66 in their free magazine, which you can order on line too.
#0113, 180 capsules, cost £12.95

I hope it helps

wonderfulKate
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   Posted 2/1/2011 4:18 AM (GMT -6)   
Unfortunately its true, melatonin was new to me and it did work great, but only for one month, now I am sliding ack to my "normal" painful state, daily migrains, i do sleep better, but it is a very litte consolation to every day pain and feeling sick i have to go through. Please anyone that have found ways of dealing with migrain please let me know :( confused confused confused cry

wonderfulKate
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   Posted 2/1/2011 4:21 AM (GMT -6)   
Dear Locrian,
 
could you eleborate on your phrase..
I'm currently addressing estrogen and testosterone deficiencies.
 
pleaswe, if you could, any help and ideas would be greatly appreciated. What it isyou re taking, targeting what and in which doses. Or any feedback on internet availbale?
 
Thanks a lot
 
 

wonderfulKate
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   Posted 2/5/2011 12:43 AM (GMT -6)   

Dear Friend,

 

Thanks for the informative reply; I can hardly explain how much any information that would suggest somewhat effective results and at least partial improvement of general health is important to me.

My real name is Julia, I live in the United Kingdom and knowing the fact that seeing a doctor is free on the NHS system here and as expected should be proven beneficiary to general public, the actual quality of service is wanting for much to say the least. The doctors been ignoring my migraines for years, despite of my frequent visits and complaints (it started when I was 24, after I had helicobacter pillory bacteria episode; somehow it triggered severe migraines which I had ever since. I am 37 now, and despite of finely being prescribed antimigrain painkillers (as naramig, or immigran) and my migraine suffering being officially recognized, they (doctors) refuse to do anything else, their best suggestion was to put me on antidepressants or antiepilepsy drugs which I did try to be fair to their opinion and suffered from dreadful side effects, so abandoned them at once. I don’t believe in antidepressant drugs helping people, that is a myth in my opinion.

 

All of my migraines seem to be triggered by certain toxins gathering in my body (stomach or bowels) for unknown to me reason, once I tried Melatonin hormone and it did help for a while, I am starting to believe now that like yourself, the migraines have a certain hormone deficiency nature, I need to find which ones, to take blood tests and to get regimen of necessary hormones replenishment...  But the worst thing about all this, that Surgery House just won’t listen. They don’t want to run any tests, they don’t want to listen to symptoms, and they don’t want to do anything at all. I would go private, but being a single mother with two little boys puts a certain strain on your finances.

 

Which leaves me wondering what to do next...?

 

Please, if you could stay in correspondence with me a little longer, I would greatly appreciate it, since I really have no one to turn to and I need to get better for my boys sake, because they only have me to depend upon.

 

I will give you my personal email, not sure if that is allowed on here, but I will try. Any information on how and where to get all needful tests done and treatment, I would be so grateful to receive.

 

I wish you every luck in battling migraines and to have a healthier, stronger, pain free life, to enjoy it and to stop worrying about when the next attack will come. Hope to hear from you. Thank you again.

 

Julia Carlson

 

Post Edited (wonderfulKate) : 2/5/2011 9:33:59 AM (GMT-7)


Tee11
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   Posted 4/5/2011 8:29 AM (GMT -6)   
LOCIRAN


Could you please let me know where the hormone "replenishment" clinic is - my husband and I have had a theroy for some time that my migraines are caused by a lack of one or more hormones - i have found details of clinics in the USA, but not here in the UK

Thanks

T

judyt57
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   Posted 4/6/2011 5:56 PM (GMT -6)   
RE: melatonin and migraine. I hope this works for some people, but I know it does not work for me. I suffer from restless legs and severe knee pain at night, so I take 9mg of melatonin at night every night and have for months ever since insurance quit paying for my Rx sleep medication. Unfortunately, my daily migraines are no better. But migraines being what they are, fickle and unknowable, this may work for some. It's easy and cheap to try. And melatonin is safe and has low side effects. My daughter's pediatrician recommended it for her when she was eight and couldn't fall asleep due to anxiety.
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