Throbbing. Aching. Pounding. The words we use to describe a headache are almost unpleasant enough to bring a headache on. But in reality, most of us don’t understand why we get headaches, let alone how to prevent them. In this, as in so many things, knowledge is power.
If you could only pinpoint the source of the painful hammering in your head, you would be one step closer to knowing what to do about it. The good news is that now you can. Rest assured, for each type of headache, there is a cause. It may be low blood sugar, depression, a food allergy, or plain old fatigue—or it may be one of the ten other general categories described, in detail, in our new Headaches by Type booklet.
Direct from the original teachings of Dr. Royal Lee, this is the one headache reference featuring all of the information you and your practitioner need, all in one handy place. First, discuss your own particular triggers and symptoms with your practitioner. Hunger, nausea, menstruation. Headaches that wake you out of a sound sleep. Headaches in the morning. Headaches in the afternoon. Headaches caused by particular foods or chemicals in the environment. Your answers will give your practitioner the information he or she needs to identify the culprit and suggest appropriate lifestyle and dietary changes—what foods to eat and what to avoid—and of course recommend the Standard Process supplements and dosage information that will grind your headaches to a halt once and for all.
At your next appointment with your health care practitioner, ask about the Headaches by Type booklet. It may just be the game-changer you’ve been hoping for.