Headaches and migraine
Jackie had been diagnosed with Labyrinthitis by her Doctor 2 years earlier and was told he couldn't help her and that she'd not be the same again. One of her symptoms was extreme fatigue which made Jackie go to sleep every afternoon; she also had a chronic headache and dizziness .She had intense pain in front of her right ear. After 8 appointments her headache and dizziness had gone and Jackie felt completely well. She also felt a lot calmer in herself, had more energy and didn't need her afternoon naps.
Heather had Chronic Fatigue following a virus. She had swollen glands, lethargy, a stiff neck and heavy legs. She suffered from headaches, dull achy eyes, a sore throat, poor concentration and sensitive skin. After 6 appointments all Heather's symptoms had lessened and her overwhelming sensation of heaviness had gone. Heather felt an overall improvement in herself and was able to resume her normal lifestyle.
George had had muzzy headaches for the last 6 months; his last headache lasting for 5 weeks without a break. He had 2 or 3 headaches a week with no obvious cause or trigger. After 4 appointments he felt much better and for long periods had no headache. When he did get a headache it was very mild and did not last very long.
Anthony had experienced headaches for 4 months. He often felt light- headed and had poor concentration. He felt his headaches on his forehead and they were usually thumping in nature. In addition he had chronic cold symptoms and a blocked nose. I gave him dietary advice , which he took and after 2 appointments felt much better. He was more productive in his life and did not have any headaches.
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