I have decided to write full reviews below
about my favorite migraine eBooks for this one reason.
There is an overwhelming amount of information out there and you can spend a fortune to find answers and solutions.
So why not spend under forty dollars to get all the information you will ever need to know about migraines. Lets just say I like a bargain.
Because my doctors have only 15 minutes to spend with me and my migraine brain, I have turned to reading to get more information on my specific migraine type. I recommend you do the same. If you have time and if you like reading, if not ... here is your answer. Look no further!
Along with this website that is! And we would also like to hear if you know of a really good migraine e-book we should add to our list. Please feel free to also submit a review below of your favorite migraine eBooks and we can publish them as well.
Cynthia Perkins' e-book changed how I treat my migraine attacks.
She provides amazing information that I feel is a must read if you want to put an end to needless pain and suffering.
For $6.99, it's worth every penny.
Tired of looking for natural solutions? Don't give up just yet. Angela Stanton suffered for 20 years and she found a solution.
Her PhD helped her solve the puzzle.
It's worked for so many now. Read this e-book first and get your hopes up! And then spend some time working on it. It might just mean the end of pain for you.
The Migraine Brain
The Migraine Brain is one of the best migraine books that offers a comprehensive treatment program. Dr Carolyn Bernstein is an assistant professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School and has founded her own clinic, the Women's Headache Center. Elaine McArdle is an award-winning journalist who has suffered from migraines for twenty years. It's worth a read.
Living Well with Migraine Disease and Headaches
The author, Teri Robert knows migraines fist hand. In fact, she experienced her first Migraine at 6 years old.
She covers all the bases from diagnosis to treatment.
Acupressure Guide For Headache and Migraine Treatment
It covers how to reduce anxiety associated with migraine attacks, manage pain, and prevent attacks.
We both know that migraines wreak havoc in all areas of our life, so I look at a couple of main things I can help with, using my professional qualification as a counsellor. I hope they help you too. Just click on the image for more details.
Until next time, be well and be pain free,