Migraine is an extraordinarily prevalent neurological disease, affecting 39 million men, women and children in the U.S. and 1 billion worldwide. (https://migraineresearchfoundation.org/about-migraine/migraine-facts/)
Vertigo and migraines, have a mutual relationship with each other. A decision to decide which to treat first is quite complicated, requiring years of practice and experience. Many times I elected to eliminate the migraine first and as a sequela, the vertigo was also treated. Many years later, my clients still no longer experience migraines anymore.
One of my old clients was treated 13 years ago to rid her of Hepatitis B. And as of today, her Hepatitis B still has not returned!
Coincidentally, migraines and vertigo started around three years ago. Her terrible headaches (from the left eye brown up to the top of the head) were accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to light and sound, leaving her with no choice but to stay at home. She was unable to drive a car or work for the last three years due to this migraine and the conventional medications that always knocked her down and kept her in bed.
She received my treatment on February 26, 2019 and both migraine and vertigo were considered gone by March 23, 2019.
At least 69 million people in the United States have suffered from vertigo at some point, and about 8 million Americans suffer from chronic balance issues regularly, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD).
I received a phone call from a friend - a Sr. Engineer who had been working at the U.S. Naval Base - he told me that he had terrible headaches from the top of his head all the way down to the neck. He also experienced tinnitus but didn’t know it. He walked like a person who had stayed too long on a ship and recently returned to land (imbalanced walking, spinning sensation), he also experienced the feeling of nausea. He also noticed that once he laid down, he felt blood was only going to his right side.
I told him that he had symptoms of severe vertigo.
He informed me that he already visited the E.R. and received treatment in the form of an injection and pain relief medication. The E.R. Physician stated, “constant ringing in the ears or a buzzing sound in the ear ... Tinnitus can also be a symptom of Meniere's disease, a disorder of the balance mechanism in the inner ear.” and referred him to an ENT Doctor for follow up.
Ringing or buzzing noise in both ears that may be constant or intermittent, often associated with hearing loss scared him to death.
Still, the sickness was more severe after the medication wore out. The medication helped him to rest and sleep for a couple of hours.
I asked, “did you move your head quickly or take any drugs or drink with any strong wine in the last couple days?” He replied that not at all.
I eliminated the spinning sensation may come from medication side effects and other social events.
I gave him six best herbal medicines which I formulated from years of experience in the form of herbal soup. The total treatment lasted for 12 days.
He cooked the first herbal soup in a large crockpot (6qt) for 8 hours and finished it in two days.
The first day, his headache calmed down around 20% with less pain. The second day, it dropped to 40% with less tingling, his ear ringing was also less noisy.
By the third treatment, his symptoms were reduced by approximately 75% overall.
On the fourth treatment, the vertigo was almost gone; the headache was eliminated by at least 80-90% overall. On the very same day of the last cup of herbal soup, before bed time, he experienced an unexplainable feeling of relief throughout his entire body.
The next morning, all symptoms completely faded out without a single trace.
He still had 1 treatment leftover and kept it in the freezer.
Since the 12-day treatment to present time, his vertigo, tinnitus and terrible headaches are completely gone and have not returned at all.