You have an aspirin deficiency, not a headache
November 23, 2011
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Treating headaches by not masking the symptom
I’m being somewhat facetious, but I’m certain that this statement will soon be mainstream in the medical community. I assure you that your body doesn’t have an aspirin deficiency. Pharmacuticals are a very new phenomenon to human evolution and we somehow survived without any drugs for about 3,000,000 years. Most people don’t realize that headaches are a stress response to many different things. Hydration, caffeine withdrawal, nicotine withdrawal, hangovers (dehydration and toxic overload), environmental toxins (perfumes), sinus congestion, hunger, lack of sleep, prescription drug use, menstruation, food allergies, food additives, food preservatives (MSG), herbicides, pesticides, rodenticides, fungicides, withdrawal from any drug (both prescription and non prescribed), psychological and emotional stress, eye strain, and the list goes on. If you notice that ALL of the above causes of headaches are completely avoidable through simple lifestyle management. Having successfully treated thousands of clients headaches (without the use of drugs of course), I have demonstrated to clients that living with the 4-Doctors principle, you can keep headaches from ever coming back. This includes clients who were told that they needed to remain on headache drugs for the rest of their lives for migraines.