Gut Brain Therapy by Forever Well

jentryb Community Member April 14, 2008
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  • Nancy Harris Bonk
    Health Guide
    Apr. 21, 2008

    Hello, and welcome to MyMigraineConnection.com!

     

    What a great job you've done identifing some of your Migraine triggers. Weather changes can often trigger a Migraine for some Migraineurs. We have information on that HERE. Have you tried aborting a Migraine using a triptan at the first sign of an attack? Information on abortives can be found in...

    RHMLucky777

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    Hello, and welcome to MyMigraineConnection.com!

     

    What a great job you've done identifing some of your Migraine triggers. Weather changes can often trigger a Migraine for some Migraineurs. We have information on that HERE. Have you tried aborting a Migraine using a triptan at the first sign of an attack? Information on abortives can be found in this article:  Preventive, Abortive, and Rescue Medications - What's the Difference?

     

    If that doesn't work, there are over 100 medications that can be used to treat Migraine disease, so don't get discouraged. Migraine Preventive Medications - Too Many Options To Give Up! 

     

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  • Anonymous
    Julie Miganowicz
    Mar. 30, 2009

    I just started on the Foreverwell suppliments last month. Like you I used to get migranes due to weather changes (barometric pressure) and "menstrual" migranes due to hormonal changes. I've been taking them as perscribed and only had two so far which is great considering I'd have a week of them during my cycle. So far i've had great results. I was on Propranolol...

    RHMLucky777

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    I just started on the Foreverwell suppliments last month. Like you I used to get migranes due to weather changes (barometric pressure) and "menstrual" migranes due to hormonal changes. I've been taking them as perscribed and only had two so far which is great considering I'd have a week of them during my cycle. So far i've had great results. I was on Propranolol every day to prevent them and it worked but it is a beta blocker which lowers blood pressure. My pressure is already on the low side of normal so It would make me almost comatose and tired all the time. Every other time i've tried to stop taking the Propranolol I would get constant migraines within 3 days when it was out of my system. I stopped taking it two weeks ago and so far, so good. I recommend you try the Foreverwell but talk to your doctor about it first.

    • jentryb
      Mar. 30, 2009

      Thank you so much for letting me know, I appreciate it!  Smile

  • Anonymous
    Eliza Klearman
    Jan. 09, 2009

    I am a Naturopthic Doctor and have great confidence in the theory behind Forever Well.  I have use it minimally in my practice and have found that some of my migraine patients who a complient (take the product in its correct dose for the correct amount of time) do get results.  It is worth trying; the worst it can do is improve your digestion and...

    RHMLucky777

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    I am a Naturopthic Doctor and have great confidence in the theory behind Forever Well.  I have use it minimally in my practice and have found that some of my migraine patients who a complient (take the product in its correct dose for the correct amount of time) do get results.  It is worth trying; the worst it can do is improve your digestion and overall health.

     

    Dr. Klearman, ND, LAc

     

    (not a HealthCentral Network contracted expert)

    • jentryb
      Jan. 11, 2009

      Thank you so much!  You're right...I guess it wouldn't hurt to try.

       

       

  • ilovebands
    Apr. 18, 2008

    Have you tried depakote?  Seems to work for my 15 year old son and although he still has the migraines as frequently, they are less severe and last only hours instead of days like it used to be before he started taking depakote.  Good luck.

    • jentryb
      Jan. 11, 2009

      No, I don't think I have...  I'll have to look into that.  Thank you for the recommendation, I appreciate it.  Smile

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