There are many products and methods for treating severe headaches, especially migraines, which are common with traumatic brain injury. My training in hypnosis has helped many people over the course of my 31 years in private practice as a health psychologist. However, with TBI and stroke, the ability to concentrate for long periods of time is quite difficult to say the least. Hence, this is where neurofeedback has really helped. I have seen some awesome results from it. Yet, this method is not perfect and, as a perfectionist, I am always looking for the best medications, herbs and homeopathics to help. In my book, Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, I have an entire chapter devoted to headaches that includes the medications, herbs and homeopathics that do work. However, I still found a group of people for which these did not work. Then I found HEG. A great explanation can be found on:
I used Hershel HEG and it was great.
So in June, I took the course with Jeff Carmen on his HEG and I am getting excellent results. Now I have more tools – from hypnosis, medications, herbs, homeopathics, neurofeedback and now HEG to help with migraines. As a person with atypical migraines, no headaches, just lots of weird symptoms including a dilated right eye and symptoms of right side muscle weakness, these methods really helped to relieve the symptoms of migraine.