Cluster Headache Pain Cured with Oxygen

Pure oxygen relieved the pain of cluster headache in 78% of people in 15 minutes in a new trial at the Institute of Neurology, London, England. Cluster headaches affect 1% of the population and tend to occur mostly in men.

Cluster headaches are excruciating headaches that are often brief but can occur many times a day in clusters and last several weeks. Visual symptoms and nausea are not usually present as in migraine headache. There may be long periods of remission when the person does not experience any for many months.

Migraine headaches are experienced by 15% of the population in both men and women although women tend to have three times as many attacks as men thought due to monthly hormonal changes.

There are biochemical, hormonal and blood vessel changes in both cluster headaches and migraine although what exactly causes these changes is not yet clear.

Many natural health practitioners believe that both cluster headaches and migraine have the same underlying triggers. These triggers can be food and chemical intolerance, blood sugar imbalance, stress factors, excessive exercise, nutritional deficiencies and hormonal imbalance or fluctuations especially in women. Identifying and eliminating the triggers will ultimately cure the headache.

Returning to the oxygen treatment Christian Goodman has discovered that boosting oxygen in the brain can cure all types of headaches. While cluster headaches can be cured by breathing pure oxygen from a tank it does not prevent them from returning.

To permanently cure migraine and other headaches you must ensure your brain has enough oxygen all the time. His simple but highly effective step-by-step program teaches you how to boost your oxygen levels by 20% to permanently cure your headache.




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