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12 January 2008


Wellness solutions for those who may experience this symptom,
based on research and personal experiences...

This article contains information on this common ailment and
suggestions, for those who may experience symptoms, based on
research and personal experiences. This information is for
educational purposes only and does not constitute claims made
for any product or a diagnosis for any ailment.

Headaches are a neurological condition with symptoms ranging
from mild to severe and disabling. More than 23 million people
in the United States suffer from migraine, corresponding to
over 17% of all females and 6% of all males living in the U.S.

*-There are two main types of headache...Primary and Secondary-*

Primary Headaches include tension-type, migraine and cluster
headaches and are not caused by other underlying medical
conditions. More than 90% of headaches are primary.

Secondary Headaches result from other medical conditions, such
as infection or increased pressure in the skull due to a tumor.
These account for fewer than 10% of all headaches.

What May Help: Watkins Superfood Multiple(Super Multi), Female
Formula and Osteogen
Contain magnesium and calcium. Daily supplements of calcium and
magnesium are recommended for those who suffer from Migraines.
These minerals help to maintain healthy blood vessels and low
levels of magnesium are common in people who suffer from
migraines. Superfood Multiple(Super Multi) also contains
riboflavin(B-2) which may help to reduce the frequency of

What May Help: Watkins Rezist Plus
Ingredients help to block harmful invaders from entering the
body which may help to reduce the triggers that lead to

What May Help: Watkins Peppermint Foot Cream
Research has shown that peppermint applied to the forehead and
temples may help to ease headache pain and compares favorably
with acetaminophen in its ability to reduce headache symptoms.

What May Help: Foods high in omega 3 fatty acids, such as
salmon, may help prevent migraines.
They may help to reduce blood vessel spasms.

Helpful Hint...
Certain foods and beverages are known to trigger migraines. If
you suffer from migraines, try to avoid the following: Aged
cheeses, onions, pickles, cured meats, chocolate, red wine,
beer, sour cream, nuts, freshly baked yeast products, eggs,
tomatoes, citrus fruits and caffeinated beverages.

Try This...
At the outbreak of a headache, apply Watkins Peppermint Foot
Cream, Icy Blue Ointment or Menthol Camphor Ointment(Medicated
Ointment) onto the temples, forehead and back of neck. Rub in
circular motion. Repeat at least 2 times at 15-minute intervals.
If you experience chronic headaches, before going to bed, rub
Watkins Menthol Camphor Ointment(Medicated Ointment) or Icy
Blue Ointment onto feet. Put on a pair of cotton socks over the
ointment. According to Naturopaths and personal testimonials,
this may help to ward off headaches.

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treat, cure or prevent any disease. In Canada, this information
is provided for educational purposes only. No claims are being
made for any product.

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