Migraine is neurological and vascular disorder and its center is our brains. In this sentence is hiding a lot of information when we start to break it down. Nerve’s mission is to transport messages. Each nerve has specific area to handle. Alongside of inflammation on nerver networks which are transporting pain sensation, there is also another impact which is still very widely not well known.
The Messenger and Off Balance
As said, nerver is a messenger and during the migraine attacks there is a extremely unnormal message traffic going on. Due to this feature and error in muscles which are regulating a diameter of blood vessels, the impact of each migraine attack don’t stay only on head area but goes very much elsewhere too. This is why person who gets 3-4 migraine attacks per month is in a risk zone to get also tension headaches and many other negative symptom on musculoskeletal are. Especially neck musculature, upper shoulder and facial muscles are getting a lot of impact. If migraine sufferer do not receive proper help for her on time, the “avalanche” effect start to make side problems bigger and bigger. When these problems (tensions) are getting bigger enough, they are causing a preassure to nerves which are on their area. When nerver doesn’t have a normal space, it’s ability to function is disturbed and result is more pain and wide range of symptoms depending which are we are talking about. Different parts of our body are not just alone in their own place and that’s it. As an interesting sample I want to tell you a little story which happend on this week’s Monday evening. I was treating one gentleman and I used a simple manual relief technique to treat area between his left hand’s thumb and index finger. Very promply his right foot’s hubby toe and second toe started to cramp. The same thing happend also when I briefly checked the other arm, this time of course his left foot’s first two toes started to cramp. This little story describes nicely that our body and different part of it are connected to each other with a fascinating way, they’re not out there alone.
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Do you ever feel that your morning’s are from hell and totall chaos at the best? Then you rush to work or studies and feel like shit? Then at the work or your studies, you’re feeling not very energectic and productive as you’d like and you’d need to. I know how you feel, been there done that. it’s terrible!
When I was a teenage athlete, I started to run light morning exercises in the morning. Usually it was just a short 30 – 45 minutes run and stretching. It gave a great jump start for the brand new day. Many years later when my mornings were chaotic, I felt physically and emotionally bad and very much unproductive, I took a moment and look back in my life and realized that I haven’t done morning exercices for ages! Right away I started that habbit again and it felt great! Nowdays I can’t run anymore I’m afraid but I either do walk exercice or breathing exercise and cold shower session. Then I’m having a breakfast and read some book about hour or two. Usually I’m reading business related book which gives me inspiration and can boost some new ideas what to do. At the moment I’m reading book about John F. Kennedy and his administration. Very interesting book by the way and opens JFK very nicely what sort of person he was and how he was working.
Ok, next thing what I do is writing down my goals. I’m writing goals 1-5 year term goals. I’m doing so each morning without checking any memos or something. I ike this habbit as it pushes me forward and gives my brains regularly these important issues in a bit different form. By the way, this technique is really effective! Then I have a bit time with my wife and daughter before I’m heading to my clinic. Between heading to work and morning hours at work, I’m doing tasks which I have written down last night to my to-do-list. There’s never more than few very important tasks. I’m doing those during the morning hours and finish them by the time it’s my lunch time. After lunch I’m focusing only for patients and on the evening I’m reading at least a bit before heading to bed. No computer or cell phone one hour before it’s a bed time. So, that’s my day. Please leave a comment, questions if you have something in your mind. I love feedback. You can also check the video below about my routines.