Item description for 50 Ways to Control Migraines: Practical, Everyday Tips to Empower Migraine Sufferers to Live a Headache-Free Life by Ceabert Griffith...
An estimated 30 million American adults and 1 million children suffer from migraine headaches. Now "50 Ways to Control Migraines "offers you welcome relief with 50 concrete strategies for understanding, preventing, and managing the pain of this chronic disease. Handy and comprehensive, this volume covers everything from environmental, psychological, hormonal, and dietary factors to treatment options, both traditional and alternative.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 20, 2002
ISBN 0658021575 ISBN13 9780658021572
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More About Ceabert Griffith
Ceabert J. Griffith, N.D., P.A.-C. is a doctor of natural medicine and the former director of the U.S. Air Force Health and Wellness Center in Japan. He has written extensively on medical topics.
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Reviews - What do customers think about 50 Ways to Control Migraines : Proven Relief for Adult, Adolescent, and Child Migraine Suffers (50 WaysSeries)?
Definitely a book for new migraine sufferers Apr 15, 2008
I've had migraines for years, so I've read many books on the subject. This book was disappointing to me because I was expecting 50 ways to control migraines, just as the title suggests. But the number 1 "way" to control migraines according to this book was "Learn the basics about pain," leading to number 7 - "Don't fall for headache myths." This continued all the way to number 50 - "Learn how to reduce medication costs." None of these helped me learn how to control my migraines. This book would be an interesting read for new migraine sufferers because it does have some good information, but if you've done any research on the subject, this book really won't offer any new ways to control your headaches.
A must for any migraine sufferer! Feb 18, 2003
As someone who is married to a migraine sufferer, this bood was a true godsend. Many of the advice and information given has helped tremendously - not only my husband, but his doctor as well! It's written in easy to understand terms and could make a difference in your life, like it did for ours.