You're looking for answers to the chronic headaches that have devastated your life and relationships. The medications don't seem to be helping, or the side effects are more than you're willing to accept.
Dr. Bogash has published over 2,000 blog posts related to health improvement, disease prevention and disease management, with the focus on helping you understand how to use lifestyle, diet and targeted supplementation to heal your brain and end the chronic migraine headaches.
He is the author of Migraines and Epilepsy: You are not alone
How to find relief, live well, and protect your brain.
This ebook is a compilation of blog posts related to migraine pain relief done over the years in a organized format with some additional commentary to help make the information clearer to you.
Many of the topics discussed in this book may be new to you and may never have been brought up by your personal physician or neurologist.
Unfortunately, there is a veritable chasm between the medical research and what doctors seem to share with his or her patients. The “standard” recommendations are usually decades behind the research I will be sharing with you. This is why every single comment is backed up by supporting medical research.
It is my hope that the concepts and ideas given in this book are going to help your understanding of your headaches as well as help in improving your brain's health and maintaining a healthy brain as you age. There are many tools that can positively impact brain health and longevity.
I’m also introducing tools, called “Dr. Bogash's Recommendations,” which will give you three things you can do right away to improve your your chances of living a long and healthy life.
In this book, you are going to learn:
1) What causes chronic migraine headaches
2) Why it is incredibly important to fix the problems causing your migraines, rather than just blocking the headaches
3) Supplements that play a role in eliminating migraines
4) Lifestyle changes that have been proven to help with migraines
As a side note, you will notice that some of these articles seem to address both migraines and seizures / epilepsy. Do not be confused! These two conditions have much in common and what works for one may work for the other.