Heal Your Headache: The 1-2-3 Program for Taking Charge of Your Pain

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Workman Pub., 2002 - Family & Relationships - 246 pages
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Based on the breakthrough understanding that virtually all headaches are forms of migraine--because migraine is not a specific type of headache, but the built-in mechanism that causes headaches of all kinds, along with neck stiffness, sinus congestion, dizziness, and other problems--Dr. Buchholz's Heal Your Headache puts headache sufferers back in control of their lives with a simple, transforming program:

Step 1: Avoid the "Quick Fix." Too often painkillers only make matters worse because of the crippling complication known as rebound.

Step 2: Reduce Your Triggers. The crux of the program: a migraine diet that eliminates the foods that push headache sufferers over the top.

Step 3: Raise Your Threshold. When diet and other lifestyle changes aren't enough, preventive medication can help stay the course.

That's it: in three steps turn your headache problems around.

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Not the most reliable source of info for migraine

User Review  - longtimeshopper - Overstock.com

As someone who has had migraines for 40 years I was not favorably impressed with the contents of this book. I realize that everyone is different but I found numerous claims in this book that I know to ... Read full review

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This was recommended to me by the neurologist I went to for headaches. The main premise is that all headaches are migraines, just of differing severity, that migraine is the body's mechanism of ... Read full review

Contents

What Is Migraine?
3
The Full Spectrum of Migraine
14
Step 1 Avoiding the Quick Fix
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After graduating first in his class from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Dr. David Buchholz served as Chief Resident in Neurology at Johns Hopkins. He joined the faculty of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where for 14 years he was the Director of the Neurological Consultation Clinic. He also served as Director of the Division of General Neurology at Hopkins. He has published more than 150 scientific papers and articles and given over 450 invited lectures.

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