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Product name:Stress
Retail price: $33.25
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Date: 2008.03.18

Migraine headaches account for only6% of headaches, but what they lack in numbers, they make up for in severity. They are intensely painful and are often accompanied by vision disturbances, extreme sensitivity to light, nausea, and vomiting. Migraines are caused by disturbances in blood flow to the head. In addition, it is rare to have just one migraine; most migraine sufferers get them at least once a month. The disorder can run in families and affects far more women and girls than it does men or boys. It can triggered by a variety of factors, most often stress and anxiety but also allergies, hormone imbalance, poor digestion and detoxification, low blood sugar, fatigue, and drugs(including caffeine and alcohol).


To avoid headaches caused by food additives, eat meals that you've prepared from whole foods. To keep your blood sugar steady. Make sure you get enough fiber to reduce the chance of headaches induced by constipation or toxic buildup. Drinking a glass of clean water every two waking hours. If you want to prevent headaches, include sources of both calcium and magnesium

in your diet. Soy products, green leafy vegetables, and beans are all rich in Ca. green leafy vegetables, and beans are good sources of Mg as well, as are nuts, bananas, and wheat germ. Fish such as salmon and mackerel are rich in omega-3 fatty acids that may help prevent migraine headaches.

If you suffer from migraines, see whether your problem may be caused by an allergic reaction or sensitivity. Common triggers of migraine headaches include foods that contain either tyramine or phenylalanine Tyramine can be found in cheese, chocolate, citrus, fruits, coffee, cold cuts, herring, smoked fish, wine, alcohol, sausage, sour cream, and vinegar. Sources of phenylalanine include monosodium glutamate (MSG), the artificial sweetener aspartame, and nitrates, which can be found in processed meat, especially hot dogs. If you do have an allergy or sensitivity, eliminate the troublesome food or foods from your diet. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and sugar products(including artificial sweeteners). Do not consume sugary foods.


Calcium relaxes the nervous system. Ginkgo biloba improves circulation to the brain and has anti-platelet activity. Melatonin has been shown to help migraine headaches. White willow bark (Salix Alba) contains salicin, the ingredient from which aspirin is derived. White willow bark is a highly effective pain reliever that's much easier on the body than its pharmaceutical counterpart is. Natrum Muraticum is a great remedy for migraine headaches caused by being in the sun or headaches that com on from stress or grief. Iris is for right-sided migraine headaches that feel as if the head is constricted. People with migraines can learn to increase blood flow to their head via thermal biofeedback.


Ingredients                                                                     Amount  Unit
Vitamin B Complex 50  50  
Omega - 3 Fatty Acids  400 mg 
Eleuthero Extract/Siberian Ginseng (root)  100 mg 
L-Tyrosine  250 mg 
Supplement Recommendations:
Melatonin  1-3mg, just before bedtime.
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