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One Good Thing To Do After A Long Migraine - Migraine Savvy Newsletter #57 May 10th
May 10, 2016

One Good Thing To Do After A Long Migraine

May 2016 – Issue 57

The Continuing Pursuit for Migraine Elimination and Pain Reduction

You might feel really unstable and dizzy after a long migraine attack, or a short one for that matter. I have found it helpful to clean and ground my energy to help me feel more clear minded after a long attack.

A shower helps clean the aura. This is the best time to ground yourself before you go rushing back into life. I don't normally talk about energy, but it has made a big difference to me.

I promise I won't be airy fairy for too long!

This simple technique is from by Robert Sampson MD and Patricia Hughes B.S.N. in their book Breaking Out of Environmental Illness (1997).

It is a great book to read, so here is the proper reference should you like to read it: Sampson, R. and Hughes, P. (1997) Breaking Out of Environmental Illness. Bear & Company Publishing: Santa Fe, NM. pg. 202

1. I now ground myself.

2. Take some deep breaths.

3. I give all my cells permission to release all imbalances I now hold that are associated with this reaction.

4. I fill all these spaces with pink love (or rainbow colors) and golden healing energy.

5. It is now safe to be balanced.

6. I am safe.

So I just sit quietly and clear my mind (meditate) while I read this to myself and breathe. In my minds eye I see all the energy I no longer need just floating away.

I normally allow a rainbow of colors to fill me, whatever my body needs. And then I finish with gold flowing up and then down. Gently. You don't want too much movement after a migraine.

I finish by focusing on my feet on the ground and feeling the floor beneath them.

Sometimes I imagine tree roots down into the earth for even more stability.

Have you tried this before?

Please click on this post Meditation for Migraines to share your answer in the Facebook comments box at the bottom of the page.

Hot eBooks

One: I highly recommend reading Cynthia Perkin's Mindfulness Over Migraines ebook that explains the science behind mindfulness and why it helps migraines. And she explains the method step by step that she uses to eliminate her migraines in 15 minutes. Yes, you read that correctly ... eliminate in 15 minutes. It will be the best $6.99 you ever spend!

Timing is everything when aborting a migraine attack. Do you know your tipping point? You will after you read her book. It changed everything for me.

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My motto is to end needless suffering.

Share Your Story

As you know pain is very distracting and disruptive. It is very hard to think straight with a migraine even if the pain phase is covered by your abortive, you may still experience confusion or an array of other migraine symptoms.

What do you struggle with most? Post your story with those of us who understand completely. The good, the bad and the ugly! And have your own webpage on Migraine Savvy.

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I hope you come back and visit us again and again to see what's new. I have one more new natural medication for you to read about in a couple of issues.

I am so excited by the new options coming to us.

P.S. If you have not found relief yet, please read this page In This List of Migraine Medications, Which One Is Best for You?

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