Direct from the original teachings of Dr. Royal Lee, the Headaches by Type booklet is designed to help you and your clients quickly identify the root of the problem and come up with solutions.
This invaluable reference for holistic health care practitioners places headaches into 14 useful categories:
- Low blood sugar
- Liver toxicity
- Heart weakness
- Food allergy and sensitivity
- Environmental allergy and sensitivity
- Chiropractic (subluxation)
- Capillary fragility
- Fatigue: adrenal insufficiency
Especially handy for the practitioner, the “Usual Pattern” column will help you quickly associate triggers and symptoms with a particular headache type. The “Notes” column explores lifestyle and dietary suggestions you can share with your client. And in the “Nutritional Adjuncts” column, you’ll find recommended Standard Process supplements and dosage information.
Usual Pattern: Identifying Each Headache Type
The Usual Pattern is descriptive and specific. Identifiable patterns include hunger (low blood sugar); nausea (liver toxicity); faintness upon exertion (heart weakness); constipation or gas (food allergy and sensitivity); contact with chemicals or offgassing (environmental allergy and sensitivity); mental and emotional lethargy (depression); subluxation of vertebral column (chiropractic); intolerance to oils and fats (gallbladder); no distinct pattern (pituitary); ovulation and menstruation (ovarian); headache upon rising (thyroid); painful, crushing headache (capillary fragility); decreased stamina (fatigue); headaches following closed head injury (post-concussion). That’s just to name a few triggers and symptoms—the Headaches by Type booklet features so many more.
Notes: Lifestyle and Diet Changes Your Clients Can Make Immediately
This section features suggested lifestyle changes as well as dietary recommendations tailored to each headache type: what to eliminate, what to avoid, and what to include. This is just the kind of actionable information that can help your clients reduce headache occurrence now and avoid them in the future.
Nutritional Adjuncts: Recommended Supplements Tailored for Your Clients
Once you’ve identified the pattern and discussed lifestyle and dietary suggestions, it’s time to review the nutritional adjuncts that can bring your clients back to health. You’ll find specific supplement recommendations as well as dosage information.
All of the information you need, all in one place—the Headache by Type booklet is the only headache reference most practitioners will ever need.