Product Name: The Migraine and Headache Program
Creator Name: Christian Goodman (Blue Heron Health News) Bonus: Yes
If you suffer from migraines or daily headaches, you know you’ll do almost anything to make them go away. Not only are migraines painful, but, for most people, they’re completely debilitating. You have to lock yourself in a dark, quiet room in order to find some relief.
For a lot of us, headaches aren’t just a once in a while thing. Some of us get headaches every day. And, if you get cluster headaches or migraines often, you know how bad they can be.
You may have tried dozens of creams and medications that promise to take your headaches away. None of them work. Even the strong pain medications doctors prescribe rarely do much more than take the edge off. The pain gets worse and worse and there’s nothing to do but wait for the headache to subside.
That’s why it’s nice to see that there may be a new program designed to take away your migraines and headaches for good.
What is the Migraine and Headache Program?
The Migraine and Headache program is a unique plan designed by Christian Goodman. He spent years developing what he claims is a surefire way of getting rid of migraines and headaches for good. And, he promises to do so without any medications or surgical procedures.
This program is all natural and doesn’t involve any chemicals, pills or machines. It’s comprised of simple breathing exercises designed to increase the flow of oxygen to your brain. It’s based on the theory that the single cause of all headaches is oxygen deprivation.
Goodman's Migraine and Headache Program is a series of breathing techniques that are meant to train your body to make full use of the oxygen supplied by our blood cells. It is a step-by-step process that anyone can do from the comfort of their own homes.
Goodman promises that you’ll start seeing results the first time you use the techniques. He also guarantees that you’ll find permanent relief after just 2-4 weeks.
What Causes Most Headaches?
It’s generally accepted that most headaches are caused by specific triggers. These triggers are:
- Lack of sleep
- Stress and anxiety
- Poor diet
The problem is, it can take a month or longer to map out the exact cause of your headaches. You can undergo sleep studies or biorhythms to find out the main triggers of your headache. But why spend hundreds (or thousands) of dollars to do this? And, why wait a month to start feeling relief?
The Natural Migraine and Headache Program promises instant relief. And, according to Goodman, in the month it would normally take you to map your triggers, you can achieve permanent relief from your headaches and migraines.
Does it Work on All Types of Headaches?
The Migraine and Headache Program is said to work on all types of headaches, including:
- Cluster headaches
- Tension headaches
- Stress headaches
The creator of the Migraine and Headache Program claims that all headaches are caused by one thing, and only one thing – oxygen deprivation. When our brain becomes starved for oxygen, the body responds in the form of a headache.
The only way to stop the pain is to provide the brain with this much needed oxygen. The Migraine and Headache Program is designed to do just this.
How Does the Program Work?
The Migraine and Headache Program is a step-by-step process that retrains your body to maximize the use of oxygen delivered by your blood cells. The 7-step process is guaranteed to offer you short-term and permanent relief from all of your headaches, including migraines.
- Step 1: 5 Body Balancing Techniques – These balancing techniques frees up your diaphragm to pump fresh oxygen into your lungs.
- Step 2: Simple Breathing Techniques – Increase your oxygen levels. This technique will help your blood carry 20% more oxygen to the brain to provide immediate relief from your headache.
- Step 3: Breathing Exercises – These will help spread the oxygen delivered to the brain evenly.
- Step 4: Simple Head Muscle Exercises – If you can remove the tension from the muscles on and around your head, it will relieve your headaches. This includes your mouth, throat, tongue and eyes.
- Step 5: Neck Exercises – Removing neck tension will immediately relieve you of your headache and migraine pain. Neck tension blocks blood flow to the brain and prevents the support of the veins that pump blood to the brain.
- Step 6: Tension Removing Breathing Exercises – This will stop headaches as soon as they start.
- Step 7: Ha Ha Secret Exercise – We can’t tell you everything. There’s a secret exercise that you can only learn when you purchase the program.
How Long Does It Take to Start Working?
At first, it may take about an hour or so a day. But after a few days, you’ll experience fewer headaches. Once you become comfortable with the breathing exercises, you should find that you’re permanently relieved of headaches and migraines.
The program promises to permanently stop headaches after as little as 2-4 weeks of doing the daily exercises. Goodman is so sure that you’ll be satisfied, he offers a 60-day money back guarantee.
How Much Does It Cost?
Right now, you can order the program for just $49. The company’s owner promises that this price is going to go up by about $20 soon. He intends to offer two bonus packages to the program that will cause the price to go up.
If you suffer from headaches and migraines, you’ll try anything to make them go away. You probably spend $49 in just a few months on over the counter painkillers. So, it may be worth giving the Migraine and Headache Program a shot.
The science behind the program makes sense. We know that oxygen deprivation to the brain can cause headaches. However, there’s no real proof that these exercises increase the flow of oxygen to your brain.
The good news is that if the program doesn’t work for you, you can get your money back. The program does come with a 60-day money back guarantee.
The Migraine and Headache program is a unique plan designed by Christian Goodman. He spent years developing what he claims is a surefire way of getting rid of migraines and headaches for good.
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