I have decided that his blog got away from its main purpose, to help others by sharing some nontraditional treatments that have been successful to some degree or another in … Continue reading
As a child, I suffered from extreme, chronic migraines that have continued into adulthood. However, during the years between second and sixth grade I experienced approximately one migraine every six … Continue reading
Elevators make for strange social interactions. There is a wonderful scene in the brilliant movie, Being There, where Chance the Gardner, played by Peter Sellers, comments upon exiting an elevator, “That … Continue reading
As has been noted repeatedly in leading papers on the subject, children that suffer trauma “tend to have migrane headaches at a higher rate than those that do not. Moreover, “[t]here is a strong link between migraine, abuse, and PTSD.” See, Abuse, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Migraine: Gretchen E. Tietjen, MD and Dawn C. Buse, PhD.
I have become very interested in memories as of late. I am not sure we all mean the same thing when we use the word memory. Technically, it is defined as … Continue reading