How to get rid of Headache/migraine

Hi everyone,

I am FM's sufferer for over 15 years..the health care professionals in my area were fantastic they all are very supportive but I am the one to blame never listen to them..as the time goes on my condition getting worse and in one state I could not even walk and become a housebound..from aching all over my body and not only headache..it is horrendous migraine is a part of my daily routine..and one day I just thought to myself..enough is enough..I don't want to be ill any more..so I start to fight against my condition..if you like to share with me and wanting to get better..Edited By Admin...I will send you all what I have done that start giving me my life back....

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  • If only it was that easy 😟

  • Hello B2WC,

    Sometimes Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helps reduce the number and severity of migraine attacks. I run a Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre in Letchworth, Hertfordshire. But you can see if there is one near you at this website msntc.org.uk/centresearch.php Although they are called Multiple Sclerosis therapy centres, most treat people with any condition - including Migraine. Mark Boscher, Herts MS Therapy Centre

  • Hi thanks for the respond, I am in recovery state now and leave all my drugs treatment behind...I have my own natural treatment following my gps advise as well..with no side effect I hope in 6 months time.., my FM will also be better

  • I'm really pleased to hear that. I wish you all the best. Mark

  • HI Arymretep,

    Honestly..that's how I felt awhile ago, since I FOLLOW what have been advise to me its seems it work, if you like I can send all the information through your email

  • Hi B2WC,

    I'm very happy to hear your story about how you have been able to come off your meds, and that you're finally "managing" your Fibromyalgia without them. You've worked with your Doc, and worked out a plan to suit you. That's just it though, that is to suit YOUR medical conditions and needs.

    As we all know, Fibromyalgia is a very unique condition that varies from one person to the next, and not everyone has all the same symptoms as another sufferer, therefore not everyone is treated with the same Meds, and given the same referrals to different Consultants and Specialities. Also, some of us have other illnesses, often complex in nature and in treatment.

    Taking all of the above into consideration, we must be very careful in advising people to come off their Meds, as what is fine for one person, could be dangerous for another. Most of us on this forum would dearly love to chuck all our pills away, but sadly in reality we cannot do this. Not because we don't want to, but because we live in the hope that they will at least take some of the unrelenting pain that so many of us suffer on a daily basis away.

    I wish you well, and again, I'm happy that you have found a way to " manage" your Fibromyalgia in a way that suits your needs.

    Regards

    GJ

  • Hi GJ, I know that is why I ha share that they should really liaise with their GPS, but the bottom line of the FM is inflammation...even the health care professionals have not find the cure for it..hence they are trying to find and try which tablet/s suit person to managing it..not curing it...I do believe though that God give us human being the body to heal itself...so if we have enough supplement and listen to what our gps advise us to do (changing our lifestyle) we are going to successfully managing better..for example...just like a car if it is being looked after..the engine will run smoothly..the same with our body..with regular exercise..eating the right food.., drinking plenty of fluid, enough sleep, reduce alcohol intake, stop smoking..we will be able to repair our self..., that is the guidance my GPS and NICE guideline stated as well, and it is taking me some time..and I also taking some supplements (Alas the NHS would not pay for it), so it is worth to try it..as I think our health is more important than anything else in this world..don't you agree? I still have a long time to go...but I am getting there...

  • I am absolutely delighted to read that you have found something that works for you, and I genuinely and sincerely hope that it continues to do so.

    All my hopes and dreams for you

    Ken

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