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The Holy Tea Option For Migraine Headaches

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 33   |   Comments: 0

A migraine is a complaint that is quite often suffered by other family members, all of which have probably been experiencing them from a young age. Normally lasting for a couple of hours or more when medication is administered, most are normally felt just on one side of the head but can affect someone for many days if they haven't taken anything to ease the pain. These attacks also leave the suffer feeling exhausted and might take them a while to recover fully.

The frequency of attacks is not consistent with one person having one or perhaps two attacks in a month to another who may only have one a year. Some symptoms seem to be consistent with most victims; those of a feeling like those associated with cold or influenza and a problem with bright lights. Most migraine attacks occur between the ages of 10 to 40 years old although why this is no-one really knows; in almost every instance however, attacks usually diminish or end in later adult life usually once the person is over 50 years old.

Hereditary links are often associated with migraine and occurrences may happen among members of a family; even though there may be a link, so far it has eluded medical science. It is believed that victims have certain susceptibility in their brains that allow the blood vessels and nerves to become inflamed. Another area that still isn't fully understood is why these headaches are more prevalent in women with approximately three times as many women suffering than men; however, the chance of a man experiencing the condition on a regular basis is only one in twelve.

A number of people have a warning when they are about to have an attack which is called migraine with aura which can be anywhere between ten minutes to half an hour before the actual attack. There are many indications this may happen which will vary between sufferers, which can be one or more of the following:

Other symptoms exist but these appear to be the most common. Some of these indications are symptoms felt by those who have the most common variant of the condition, migraines without aura; many early indications felt by those who have a warning are symptoms felt by those who have no warning but their condition can be made worse if they are in constant motion.

Whilst the exact reason why some people suffer with migraine still eludes medical science, the theory that the narrowing of blood vessels to the brain is the closest they have come to discovering a migraines cause. If the blood vessels then expand suddenly, this may cause the intense headache; it can actually incapacitate the victim so they cannot perform even routine tasks.

It is believed that certain conditions may promote the onset of a migraine including diet or food. Holy Tea was designed to cleanse the body of toxins and impurities that build up over time from a poor diet. Holy Tea was blended from natural herbs over twenty-one years ago and has been reported to reduce the amount of headaches incurred by users of Holy Tea.

Migraine headaches are painful, but by removing some of the reasons including poor diet, bright light and the amount of stress in your life, one can help eliminate the frequency of the attacks.

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