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timur
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   Posted 2/13/2006 6:28 PM (GMT -7)   
hey, tomorrow im going to the dentist  for a small dental procedure (not sure what it entails yet) to prevent jaw clenching which the dentist had told me is the cause for at least 70% of people who have migraines. Im very skeptical of this because thats exactly what my chiropractor told me plus my acupuncturist and quite a few others ive had had pass dealings with (i dont know y they always choose that percentage!) non-the-less i am very excited about it and hope im not in for more dissapointment. Also im going to see a hypnotist too and i have no idea what hes going to do...id be very surprised if hes going to have any effect on me apart from making me restrain myself from laughing. im glad i can tell u guys that without being judged cause if i told my mates theyd just think im weird...thanks

Natali
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   Posted 2/13/2006 7:28 PM (GMT -7)   

Yes, isn;t it strange how your perspective changes when you suffer headaches. Its like you will try ANY POSSIBLE THING to get rid of them. I am on day 2 of a killer (stopped topamax 4 days ago , cold front cam in , and my husband painted our bathroom). Talk about triggers. I ordered some migrelief iam going to try that. I have gone to chiro on occasion i think it helps some, with tension-related headaches but not migraines. If the hypnotist route works for anytone, id probably try that too.

Good luck to you, let us know how it comes out.  


tysmyboo
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   Posted 2/13/2006 10:23 PM (GMT -7)   

Chiro to me was a rip off...and I had a good one, but it was set up like buying a car...come in 4 times a week the first 3 weeks, and then 3 times a week for 6 weeks etc...

It cost me wayyyyy to much and did not produce results.

 

However, MigraHealth/Migralief works well, is not expensive (compared to some of the other things we do) is made of vitamins and herbs and is not time consuming. I have had good results with MigraHealth when taking REGULARLY, avoiding triggers and continuing with my regular medications!

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timur
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   Posted 2/18/2006 10:54 AM (GMT -7)   
hey Sara, i agree with you that chiropractors are a bit of a scam job it only helped me to an extent and it cost me a fortune plus they will not leave me alone i still get phone calls from them all the time mostly first thing in the morning! anyways i managed to get my mouth splint so far so good only been one night with it and i feel quite a bit better. i never did the hipnosis thing yet it is quite expensive so im going to see how this mouth splint works for me first. thanks for the replies

timur
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   Posted 3/6/2006 6:30 AM (GMT -7)   
im trying now hipnotherapy which is supposed to serve a couple of purposes: 1 stop clenching 2 increase confidence 3 help sleep better. I doubt any of these are going to remove my headaches but anything that helps is a plus. Its seems to be working for my sleep so thats great.
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