WE’VE MOVED! — PLEASE CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO REDIRECT TO THE NEW OFFICIAL MIGRELIEF BLOG SITE

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on November 8, 2009 by avoidmigraines

REDIRECT TO NEW MIGRELIEF BLOG SITE:  WWW.MigreLiefBlog.com

 

WHAT IS MIGRELIEF???   IF YOU OR A LOVED ONE SUFFERS FROM MIGRAINES…YOU NEED TO KNOW!!

MIGRELIEF U.S. Patent #6,068,999 &  U.S. Patent # 6,500,450 B1

INVENTOR:  Multi-Disciplined Scientist, Curt Hendrix M.S., C.C.N., C.N.S.

MigreLief (formerly Migra Lieve & Migra Health) is a popular all natural dietary supplement for the prevention of migraines. Formulated and patented by Scientist-Curt Hendrix M.S., C.C.N, C.N.S., MigreLief is an advanced herbal formula often referred to as The “Triple Therapy” for migraine prevention. The triple therapy refers to the 3 main ingredients:

MigreLief contains high dose:

  • Magnesium citrate and oxide
  • Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
  • Puracol™ Feverfew (proprietary extract + whole leaf)

In addition to high dose Riboflavin, a specific combination of two forms of Magnesium which maximize absorption and efficacy are used in MigreLief.

Puracol represents proprietary Feverfew science specific to MigreLief as well. While extracts of Feverfew can maximize certain phytochemicals found in the plant, like parthenolides, the extraction process can also remove other naturally occurring phytochemicals that may be required for maximum efficacy. The puracol technology corrects this problem by simultaneously maximizing parthenolide levels while maintaiing the full spectrum of all the other naturally occurring compounds found in the whole plant.  Continue reading

Children’s Migraine Headache Help

Posted in Uncategorized on February 9, 2014 by avoidmigraines

 

`Children's Migraine Headache Help

Now the world’s most successful migraine supplement for chronic migraine sufferers has a formula just for kids!

CHILDREN’S MIGRELIEF

MigreLief  is available in 3 formulas
Original MigreLief (12-adult)
Children’s MigreLief (age 2-11)
MigreLief+M (menstrual/hormonal formula for women)

Migraine Treatment Natural

To BUY or for PRODUCT INGREDIENTS and INFORMATION…  Visit OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Nutrition Expert Joy Bauer (FOOD CURES) Recommends MigreLief for Persistent Migraines.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on April 14, 2010 by avoidmigraines

Nutrition Expert Joy Bauer, MS, RD, CDN,  often appears on NBC’s Today Show, CBNTV:  The Joy 700 Club as well as Inside Edition and LXTV/NBC and is recognized nationally as a leading authority on health and nutrition.  Joy is responsible for building one of the largest nutrition-counseling practices in the country. Located in both New York City and Westchester, Joy Bauer Nutrition provides medically sound dietary evaluations and interventions for adults and children for a wide range of diet and health issues. 

 Excerpt from “FOOD CURES” —

Wondering about which supplements might help prevent or relieve migraines? Today show nutritionist Joy Bauer has information on three supplements shown to work for migraines. Visit Joy Bauer’s FoodCures.com today – http://www.joybauer.com/migraines/migraines-and-supplements.aspx

  • MigreLief.  This supplement is a patented formulation designed specifically for people with migraines. Just two capsules a day — one in the morning and one at night — contain 360 mg of magnesium, 400 mg of riboflavin, and 100 mg of a specific form of the herb feverfew, which has been used for centuries to treat headaches. You should note that this supplement may cause diarrhea in some people. MigreLief should not be taken by anyone taking potassium-sparing diuretics, by anyone with renal failure, or by women who are pregnant or nursing. Just to prevent an unexpected shock: At these dosages, riboflavin will turn urine a bright fluorescent yellow. (But it isn’t dangerous, just colorful!)
  • FDA Warning: Anti-Depressants and Migraine Prescription Drugs

    Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on March 11, 2010 by avoidmigraines

    FDA Warns on Mixing Antidepressants with Migraine Drugs

    ROCKVILLE, Md., July 20 — Mixing common migraine drugs  with antidepressants  can trigger a life-threatening condition called serotonin-syndrome, the FDA has warned.

    Serotonin-syndrome is characterized by rapid heart beat, sudden changes in blood pressure, and increased body temperature. Other symptoms include restlessness, hallucinations, loss of coordination, overactive reflexes, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

    Options successful at preventing the occurrence of migraines would decrease the risk described above in patients taking anti-depressant and experiencing migraines.

    See www.MigreLief.com a dietary supplement for the nutritional support of cerebrovascular function in migraine sufferers.

    Prevention May be the Key to Avoiding Brain Damage Caused by Migraines

    Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on March 10, 2010 by avoidmigraines

    The University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine reported that middle-aged women who suffered migraines accompanied by either visual or speaking difficulties, known as aura, had higher risk of brain lesions in later life.

    This study seems to indicate that migraines are NOT benign and could be a progressive, brain damaging condition.

    In another study, Dutch researchers found that patients who had migraines accompanied by aura were at 13X the risk for having a cerebral blood clot (infarction) resulting in brain cell death, compared with non-migraineurs.

    The risk for cerebral infarction was 7X higher for migraineurs without aura versus non-migraineurs. 

    Both studies indicated the risk of damage increased with the number of migraines experienced.

    Previously published data demonstrated that repetitive migraines increased the risk of stroke and coronary artery disease.

    Avoiding migraines from the start rather than trying to treat the pain after the migraine has occurred, is clearly the preferred choice.

    Avoid Spring Migraines

    Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on March 10, 2010 by avoidmigraines

    The brain of migraineurs likes consistency. All kinds of changes can potentiate migraines: changes in sleep times, number of hours slept, changes in airpressure, temperature, humidity, fragrances, can all cause migraines in some people.

    Beware of hotter days. A team of researchers at Harvard found that an increase  in temperatures occurred 24 hours before increases in admissions to emergency rooms for treatment of migraines.

    Beware of allergy season, sinus or allergy headaches can lead to migraines.

    Tips to avoid “Spring” migraines:

    1.  To avoid airborne allergens in your home, clean or change A/C filters
    2.  If you are allergy prone, make sure your allergy meds are handy.
    3.  With higher temperature, dehydration occurs even if we don’t feel dehydrated. Dehydration is a big cause of migraines. Drink lots of water 
    4.  Stick with a sleep schedule, try to got to bed at the same time as much as possible and determine what number of hours is best for you. Both too little and too much sleep can increase migraine risk.
    5.  Light (photophobia) is a major contributor to migraine risk. Purchase a polarized, high grade pair of sunglasses and wear a hat with a brim to keep out even more light.
    6.  Be careful of new fragrances that you introduce not only in perfumes but moisturizers as well.

    Follow these tips, use your Migrelief and enjoy the fun and beauty of Spring.

    Migraines and Increased Risk of Heart Disease & Heart Attacks

    Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on March 7, 2010 by avoidmigraines

    WOMEN WHOSE MIGRAINES ARE PRECEDED BY VISUAL OR VERBAL DISTRUBANCES (AURAS) ARE AT INCREASED RISK OF HEART DISEASE AND HEART ATTACK –  JAMA 2006; 296, No. 3: 283-291. 

    Women with migraines and no auras (by far the larger group) are not subjected to increased cardiovascular disease, heart attack and strokes…, but women who do experiences these auras need to decrease risk factors like obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and smoking. I strongly suggest that women in this category consider supplementing with Omega-3 fatty acids, which are cardioprotective and have been shown to decrease the risk of sudden death due to carfiovascular events. I would also suggest eating a diet high in antioxidants (green and yellow vegetables, fruits) which can protect the arteries against oxidative damage. Reducing the number of auras and actual migraines that occur is certainly desirable.

    Migraine Headaches and Later Life Brain Health

    Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on January 18, 2010 by avoidmigraines

    Migraine Headaches and Later Life Brain Health – Curt Hendrix M.S. C.C.N. C.N.S.

    The Universtiy of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine reported that middle-aged women who suffered migraines accompanied  by either visual or speaking difficulties, known as aura, had higher risk of brain lesions in later life.

     Though it is not yet proven that these lesions have any effect on brain function and health, when coupled with previous data reporting  that migraine with aura is associated with an increased risk of clinically evident stroke or coronary artery disease, prevention of migraines is a clear choice.

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