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Why train your nerves?

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For many years I’ve noticed the forgotten aspect of training your nervous system and the adaptations it makes to support your activity underpins all the improvements you see. I read a beautiful research article named how brain cells change their tune and I felt it was time to explain mytheory that learning a skill depends on training our nerves.

Can you cure migraine: Do you recover properly?

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Building on how to cure migraine The basic idea is that headaches, particularly migraine could be a reflection of the brain being pushed too hard in some way. Just like physical training can lead to Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) and severe pain that lasts for days. Migraines could come in patches because the brain hasn’t fully recovered from the …

Migraines Associated With Variations in Structure of Brain Arteries

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The network of arteries supplying blood flow to the brain is more likely to be incomplete in people who suffer migraine, a new study by researchers in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania reports. Variations in arterial anatomy lead to asymmetries in cerebral blood flow that might contribute to the process triggering migraines. Read the full …

Migraine treatments: Upper Cervical Care

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Ian Bulow made an interesting comment on my previous post on curing migraines. He suggested I look into upper cervical care. Not something I had heard about so it’s an interesting topic. Exactly the kind of response I was hoping for. He linked to an interview he has upload to youtube explaining what he means by upper cervical care so …

Trust me I’m a doctor: caffeine and migraine

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I’ve been wanting to share this for a few months. Now that I have started some posts exploring migraine it’s time to share. Episode 3 of the tv series Trust me I’m a doctor is amazing. It covers migraine and I have my special theory that it’s about the brain being overloaded and so training your brain should help. Later …

How to live with migraine?

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I have a mission this year to help my wife learn to live with her migraines. My wife suffers badly from then, she is suffering as I write this post and it is quite a bain of our lives. Like anyone else I’ve searched for cures, she has too and she’s tried all sorts of remedies. Some things seem to help the …

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How Much Glucose Does Your Brain Really Need?

Colin Chambersactivity, brain, general health, insulin resistance, migraine, mind, nutrition, recover Leave a Comment

I understand that our brains can only obtain energy from sugar. The can’t get it from protein and fat like the rest of our body. So when I found an article considering How much glucose does your brain actually need? I knew I needed to make a record for future reference. This is something I learnt through bio psychology and my PE …