Here’s this episode at a glance…
[01:37] The story of the Blind Men and the Elephant illustrates the problem.
[03:02] Anne’s story illustrates feelings of hopelessness experienced when your doctor says everything is fine when you are still experiencing debilitating headaches.
[04:46] Relief and prevention don’t seem to be available options.
[05:29] When you experience relief from making a change of from a new treatment, why doesn’t the relief persist?
[06:36] Really, migraine and headache sufferers experience many more symptoms than just head pain.
[07:18] There is a lot of overlap between the diagnoses of chronic migraines, tension headaches, mixed migraine and tension headaches, and cervicogenic headaches.
[07:50] So you get a diagnosis, what then? Being able to visualize and quantify exactly what your body is doing is a game changer.
[08:28] Our instruments demonstrate a common element among all these types of head pain, though migraines have another element as well.
[10:39] What does it mean when your doctor tells you everything is fine but you still have migraines and headaches?
[11:12] It is very common for migraine and headache sufferers to be unaware that this is happening.
[12:12] Objective measurement of this important phenomenon wins over skeptics.
[12:48] Is this really cause of chronic migraines and tension headaches?
[14:22] Clearly chronic migraine and headache phenomena is produced by more than an activating day.
[15:17] A complex chain of events started in the past and still happening.