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Is your heart to blame for your migraines?

by , 03 October 2014

If you're a migraine sufferer, I'm sure you've done almost anything to prevent them.

But here's something you might not know that could be the cause of your pain.

Although doctors have been debating this for years, it's now clear that having a hole in your heart could be to blame.

It's a condition called a “patent foramen ovale” (PFO) and apparently lots of people have it.

If you've tried all kinds of remedies that haven't helped, it's time to find out whether or not you have a hole in your heart…

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How does a hole in your heart cause migraines
Patent foramen ovale (PFO) is a small defect between the two upper chambers of the heart. It’s an opening between the right and left atrium and, most of the time, this hole closes just after birth. If it doesn’t close, this hole is called a patent foramen ovale.
The PFO exists, blood or other debris can cross from the right to the left atrium, bypassing the lungs’ filtering system. If this debris enters the bloodstream it can pass through the heart and enter the brain, causing a stroke.
So what does this have to do with migraines?
Doctors found that stroke patients who also suffered migraines, no longer experienced migraines once the PFO is closed.
This discovery led doctors to investigate the link between treating PFOs and reducing migraines. And the clinical trials are positive.
As of yet, it’s not clear which patients with PFOs and migraines – and even whether patients with PFOs and migraines can benefit from PFO closure. Evidence isn’t conclusive, and so this form of innovative treatment isn’t prescribed yet. But here is something that is…
A three-minute migraine remedy
Also, consider doing a food allergy and sensitivity screening. And ask your doctor to screen for hormone allergy and sensitivity and test you for hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar).
Once you’ve done the allergy/sensitivity screening and hypoglycaemia test, see a nutritionist to make a diet plan which can help you desensitise or eliminate food allergens.
If your migraine pain is frequent and long-lasting or very intense consider, Dr Jonathan V Wright, in his book of Dr Wright’s Encyclopaedia of Health Secrets, recommends a three-minute migraine remedy… Let him show you how to work this quick remedy and prevent any migraines from coming back. Go here for your RISK-FREE 500-page copy.
The natural route takes time, but it gets to the root of the nutritional deficiencies and other triggers that actually cause your migraines. Rather clear them up for good, rather than temporarily masking the symptoms with medication.

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