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Mind Entrainment Therapy – A Migraine/ Headache Relief with Delta Frequencies (2.5 Hz).

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ASMR Intense Scalp Massage therapy without talking.

Hey there my beautiful!

Tonight I will pamper you with a comprehensive as well as different head massage therapy, with great deals of scalp damaging:-RRB- I also revived the lava lights and also a shine light for a relaxing aesthetic and also to keep the screen great as well as dark for sleep, but I do pop in front of you once in a while to see to it you’re loosening up, so don’t be startled when you see me! lol. I hope you enjoy this as well as that it makes you really feel good. Thanks for viewing and for your continuous support and also kind comments, you’re the very best! Great deals of love, ASMR Magic xoxo.

Basic time stamps;.

00:01 – 01:40 – Warming oil up in my hands (skin massaging appears) as well as after that applying it to your scalp.

01:41 – 30:09 – Main varied head massage, with scalp damaging and also a small bit of holy place and neck scratching/stroking. I apply more oil to your scalp at 30:10 as well as again at 35:23 as well as the massage gets more gentle hereafter factor:-RRB-.

Web link to my fireside head massage therapy role-play, for those who delight in ASMR with talking – https://youtu.be/jtzfxtJGi8Y.






I have the same history and prior to being pregnant was on a daily preventative medicine and had a nasal spray for when I got a migraine. Everything was great. I stopped taking the medicine and I’m out of the nasal spray (not even sure it’s safe while pregnant) and tried Tylenol with no relief. I ended up taking Excedrin Migraine which helps some, but when I’m literally having to take it every day, sometimes twice a day….it’s not good. I have an appointment with my neurologist today. My OB didn’t want to prescribe something because of my history. I think if I was a “normal” person getting headaches and migraines they would but with my history of it they wanted the professionals in the area to handle it. I’m nervous because a few of the medicines I looked up that I’ve had in the past were class C which is fine when not pregnant but not great while pregnant. I couldn’t find a class B or A so I’m not sure they exist 😭

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Cluster Headache Syndrome Market : Size & Share – Industry Trend and Forecast 2016 – 2024

Cluster Headache Syndrome Market : Size & Share – Industry Trend and Forecast 2016 – 2024
Global Cluster Headache Syndrome Market: Snapshot The global cluster headache syndrome market is foreseen to be advantaged by the advent of new medical equipment and drugs for treatment. For instance, neuroscience and technology company electroCore has publicized the commercial launch of a non-invasive vagus nerve stimulator gammaCore that could treat acute pain experienced by adult patients with episodic cluster headache in the U.S. It is supposedly the first hand-held, non-invasive medical equipment applied at the neck that activates the vagus nerve to reduce pain by sending patented and gentle electrical stimulation through the skin. Furthermore, according to a latest research, chemical compounds, viz. cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), found in cannabis could help with equivalent effectiveness in treating acute types of headache such as migraine and also cluster headache when compared to conventional prescription medications such as amitriptyline. The results revealed that the combination drug THC-CBD had improved effects on reducing the count of cluster headache attacks and their severity. Read Report Overview: https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/cluster-headache-syndrome-market.html While there are various triggers of cluster headache studied, such as alcohol, strong smelling substances, extreme exercise or being overheated, and heavy smoking, there could still be room for more research on actual causes. Advancements made in functional neuroimaging are expected to help better understand the condition and find more effective treatments. With this need in consideration coupled with medical advancements, the demand in the global cluster headache syndrome market is anticipated to see a constant rise. Usually, ergotamine, corticosteroids, lithium, methysergide, and verapamil are prescribed as a preventative treatment to patients. Global Cluster Headache Syndrome Market: Overview Cluster headache is a neurological disorder. It is a condition characterized by recurrence of severe headache usually around the eye on one side of the head. Cluster headache, in most cases, is accompanied by excessive tears, nasal decongestion, and swelling of the eye. Individuals suffering from cluster headache syndrome might often have to endure agonizing attacks of unilateral headaches. The condition shows symptoms that are quite similar to migraine such as nausea and sensitivity to sound and light. The causes that trigger cluster headache are not completely known; however, possible rare causes could include dysfunction of the hypothalamus and smoking. In some patients, cluster headache syndrome could be hereditary. The intense pain felt during cluster headache may be caused by the dilation of blood vessels, which creates pressure on the trigeminal nerve. Request Brochure of Report: https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=B&rep_id=11360 A physical examination of the pupils can help doctors diagnose the signs of cluster headache. Globally, there have been several reports of misleading diagnosis of cluster headache syndrome. A cluster headache patient could suffer attacks multiple times a day, with each attack lasting not more than three hours. A patient is likely to endure these attacks daily for many weeks or months. These may diminish for a period; however, the relief could be temporary as cluster headache can recur after a year or even a few months in some cases. Cluster headache syndrome is more prevalent in men than in women. The two types of cluster headaches are episodic and chronic. Of these, incidence of episodic cluster headaches is more common than the latter. About 10% patients suffering from cluster headaches are estimated to suffer from chronic syndrome. The report provides a comprehensive overview of the global cluster headache syndrome market. It studies the various factors influencing the market’s trajectory and includes exhaustive information obtained from trusted industrial sources. Data thus sourced is presented in a logical chapter-wise format interspersed with infographics, statistics, and relevant tables. Request For TOC : https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=T&rep_id=11360 Global Cluster Headache Syndrome Market: Key Opportunities and Threats Increasing global geriatric population, rising incidence of cluster headache syndrome, and introduction of latest technologies in the health care industry are the key factors boosting the growth of the global cluster headache syndrome market. Rising willingness among people to spend more on health care treatments and awareness about the importance of early diagnosis of cluster headache is anticipated to boost market growth. However, inadequate knowledge among health care providers and unfavorable health care policies that adversely affect overall health care expenditure are hampering the growth of the global cluster headache syndrome market. Global Cluster Headache Syndrome Market: Region-wise Outlook Regionally, North America dominates the global cluster headache syndrome market, followed by Europe. Increasing incidence of the syndrome and adoption of advanced technologies to diagnose the syndrome drive the cluster headache syndrome market in North America. Asia Pacific offers lucrative opportunities for market players due to increasing geriatric population and rising prevalence of cluster headache syndrome. Global Cluster Headache Syndrome Market: Vendor Landscape In order to study the competition prevailing in the market, the report profiles companies such as GlaxoSmithKline plc, ElectroCore Medical LLC, Autonomic Technologies, Inc., and AstraZeneca plc. The recent strategies adopted by these companies to gain a competitive advantage in the market are examined in the report in detail. The report also presents an executive-level blueprint of the strengths and weaknesses of the companies profiled. The threats and opportunities that these companies could face in the near future are also studied in detail. About us: Transparency Market Research (TMR) is a U.S.-based provider of syndicated research, customized research, and consulting services. TMR’s global and regional market intelligence coverage includes industries such as pharmaceutical, chemicals and materials, technology and media, food and beverages, and consumer goods, among others. Each TMR research report provides clients with a 360-degree view of the market with statistical forecasts, competitive landscape, detailed segmentation, key trends, and strategic recommendations. Contact us:

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Fioricet vs. Midrin

nausea. What is Fioricet?
Fioricet (butalbital, acetaminophen, and caffeine capsule) is a combination of a barbiturate, a non-salicylate analgesic and antipyretic , and a central nervous system stimulant indicated for the relief of the symptom complex of tension (or muscle contraction) headache. What is Midrin?
Midrin (isometheptene mucate, dichloralphenazone and acetaminophen) is a combination of a pain reliever and fever reducer, a sedative, and a vasoconstrictor used to treat migraine headaches or severe tension headaches. The brand name Midrin is no longer manufactured, but generic versions may be available. What Drugs Interact With Fioricet?
Fioricet may interact with monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors, other narcotic analgesics, alcohol, general anesthetics, tranquilizers such as chlordiazepoxide, sedative -hypnotics, or other CNS depressants. What Drugs Interact With Midrin?
Midrin or equivalent medications may interact with blood thinners, isoniazid, or antidepressants. Acetaminophen is contained in many combination medicines. Read all labels carefully so you don’t take too much acetaminophen. Tell your doctor all medications you are taking.

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Are Hemp-Derived CBD Products Illegal In Minnesota?

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A controversy is growing over a trend showing up on Minnesota store shelves.
CBD products claim to help with everything from anxiety to seizures. The key ingredient comes from hemp plants, and supporters promise benefits similar to medical marijuana — but critics don’t think the products are even legal.
There are pouches for sleep and stress, oils, gummies, soft gels and deodorant. It’s available to calm your dog and help with hips and joints. And now there’s a store dedicated solely to products containing CBD.
Stores get around selling CBD over the counter because it’s extracted from hemp, but it’s legally a gray area.
“I tell people this is God’s medicine, we were made to take this,” said Marie Schneider, owner of The CBD Store.
Schneider’s St. Cloud store advertises conditions the products can help, and they offer complimentary samples.
“Come in with a headache and leave without it. Come in anxious and leave feeling fantastic,” Schneider said.
Her store has done so well since a spring opening, relatives opened a store in Maplewood.
“This is all about CBD. This is all about we want to help people be healthy,” Doug Herkenhoff said.
Customers like veteran Maurice Champagne drive for hours looking for relief. He took four hours to travel from Mountain Iron.
“I have PTSD, depression, anxiety. I’m hoping it’s at least part of a solution anything that will give me hope. I’m kind of grasping at straws,” Champagne said.
That’s why Stacey Simmens of Shakopee brought her mom, Shari Jewett of Grand Rapids.
“My mom suffers from pretty severe migraines. She’s had a traumatic brain injury from a car accident,” Simmens said.
“Some days I can’t even get out of bed it hurts so bad,” Jewett said.
It’s being touted as a cheaper and more easily accessible alternative to medical marijuana, where you don’t need a doctor or prescription to buy the hemp-CBD product. But the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy warns the industry is too liberally interpreting the law.
“I’ve sometimes characterized this as the Wild Wild West,” Executive Director Cody Wiberg said. “This was a very rapidly developing industry. There is actually very little regulation of it. The sellers will say this is a dietary supplement, the FDA has actually said no.”
Wiberg says the pharmacy board is currently questioning sellers’ legality, but admits it is a complicated issue.
“We don’t think they’re legal right now,” Wiberg said. “We don’t want to deprive people of products that really could be helpful and may be a cheaper alternative and that could be the case if these products are ultimately regulated and have some standards in terms of their production and testing.”
Wiberg urges customers to use caution. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture tested bottles from various locations brought in by authorities.
“In some cases the products contained no CBD at all, in other cases the CBD was perhaps half of what was stated on the label,” Wiberg said.
Minnesota Poison Control Center’s Dr. Travis Olives says this is a “buyer beware” type of situation.
“This is an unregulated, psychoactive drug that is out there, number 1, and 2, it’s the other stuff that might be in there that you don’t know about in unregulated products,” Olives said.
For now, the legality isn’t being enforced and the products aren’t going anywhere. Analysts foresee a $20 billion industry by 2022.
“To prevent the sale when people can buy on Amazon.com and there are probably hundreds or thousands of retail businesses in Minnesota,” Wiberg said. “It’s pretty hard to go back and shut that all down.”
The federal Drug Enforcement Agency considers CBD products illegal. It’s looking at the issue and reviewing exact statutes.
The state urges caution against using the products and expects the issue to be addressed this legislative session. Jennifer Mayerle Jennifer Mayerle happily returned to Minnesota and WCCO, where she began her career as an intern. The Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award-winning… More from Jennifer Mayerle

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The Medicinal benefits of henna;

Sunday, October 7, 2018 The Medicinal benefits of henna; Use of Henna, Wound healing, Fever Reducer, Rapid Headache Relief, Anti-Inflammatory Capacity, Anti-Aging, Reducer Sleep Disorder, Detoxification, Hair Health, Nail Health, Blood Pressure, Warning; How to increase the effect of henna treatment; Plant Natural of Henna; Henna or lawsonia inermis/ Puuddi in the Peulh language , is a small branched deciduous bush plant that is grown in many countries around the world, especially in the Middle East and North Africa. Henna is a dye plant of current use and appropriate today, its use for hair dye has become widespread in the whole world. A henna plant can be identified by its small white or pink flowers, as well as the small fruits it bears. Use of henna: Henna can be used in a wide variety, including its dye form, as well as in aqueous extracts, tinctures and balms, consisting of bark, seeds or leaves. This versatility makes henna a very valuable element in traditional medicine. Henna oil, bark and seeds are the most common forms for medicinal properties and the high concentration of chemicals and nutrients in the plant gives it anti-inflammatory, hypotensive, ant-bacterial, astringent and antiviral, etc. Wound healing: One of the most remarkable uses of henna is to protect the skin from infections and eliminate inflammation. Henna has been applied to burns, wounds and scratches for generations because it can add a protective layer against pathogens and foreign substances, so henna has natural cooling abilities to the heat of the skin, making it useful for sunburn, in similar capacity as the aloe gel. Reducer of fever: Henna is able to lower fever, when people are suffering from very high fevers as a secondary symptom of another condition, this temperature rise throughout the body can be dangerous for organ function and metabolic processes. Essentially henna can bring the body’s overall temperature down by inducing sweating and effectively break the fever or just cool the body by providing some relief. Fast relief of headaches: Henna juice can be applied directly to the skin for quick relief of headaches. The anti-inflammatory effects of the compounds found in henna help reduce this tension and maintain a healthy blood flow in the capillaries, which is a common cause of headaches and migraines. Ant-inflammatory capacity: Henna oil is used locally for arthritis and rheumatic pain. As we get older, our joints become more painful, so cartilage and muscles get worse. This can lead to painful inflammation in many parts of the body. By applying henna oil in inflamed or affected areas, one can guarantee a healthier form and wider range of movements to maintain an active and happy life. Anti-aging: Henna oil has been shown to be astringent, which has led some to use henna juice and its oil on the skin to reduce the signs of aging and wrinkles, as well as the appearance of unsightly scars and other imperfections. This is complemented by its antiviral and antibacterial effects that can protect the body’s largest organ, which is the skin. Reducing sleep disorder: Henna oil has been directly linked to the reduction of certain sleep disorders, so if you suffer from insomnia or chronic agitation, adding a little henna oil to your diet can bring you back into a regular and relaxing schedule, soothing the body and mind in a relaxed state before sleep. Detoxification: Soaking the bark or leaves of henna in the water and then consuming the liquid have been linked to the improvement of the spleen and the health of the liver. Because the liver is a crucial organ of body protection, it helps to remove the toxins that accumulate in the body. By optimizing its fonction, and ensuring its health, a wide range of other health problems are prevented. Hair health: Henna has been proven to increase hair strength and therefore represents a safe dye that does not permanently affect the health of follicles. Henna helps seal the cuticle of the hair, which prevents breakage and increases the brightness and appearance of hair. For people suffering from hair loss or baldness, henna restricts this to happen. The traditional mixture consists of putting henna juice or henna oil in curdled milk and then mixing this in the pegs, it increases the effect of the treatment. Nail health: Often people forget to keep their nails healthy, but the cuticles and space under the nails are prime places for infection and bacterial presence. While, nail treatment with henna is a wise choice. Drinking water in which the henna leaves have been impregnated helps prevent cracking nails and also reduce inflammation. Applying a poultice directly to the nail beds can resolve the irritation, pain and infection in the nail beds. Arterial pressure: One of the most important undervalued effects of henna is that it is an herb for good heart health. If you consume henna water or henna seeds, you can enjoy a hypotensive effect that relieves stress on the cardiovascular system and effectively lowers blood pressure. This can help prevent plaque and platelet buildup in the heart and arteries, thus preventing heart attacks and strokes. Warning: Most henna varieties are safe and non-toxic, but black henna has some allergenic potential, such as rashes and internal discomfort of some users. Before adding any new henna based remedies to your routine of care, it is advisable to have medical advice. By the way, hair dyes claim henna-based often contain other skin-sensitive chemicals, so read the labels carefully. Le but principal◄►Santé pour tous ☼ Environnement propre! Posted by

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