Everything’s easy when you know how.
In many instances it’s easy to cure migraines so they don’t come back.
The secret is very often in normalizing low body temperatures. This is the connection between thyroid and migraines.
The thyroid system is supposed to maintain normal body temperatures. Low body temperatures can result in recurrent migraines, though it’s not clear how. It may be that the low temperatures lead to relaxation and dilation of the blood vessels which results in more fluid leaking into the tissues. The swelling brain tissues inside the closed space of the cranium would explain the characteristic throbbing pain experienced by migraine sufferers.
One thing that is clear is that migraines often correlate quite closely with body temperatures and that migraines often resolve when low body temperatures are normalized.
…I used to have a continuous migraine headache which required the maximum dose of Imitrex, 24 hours a day, to keep under control. After three T3 cycles (which took a total of three months), the migraines stopped. (I haven’t had a migraine headache for over a year.) After two more cycles (another two or three months), my bad sinus headaches stopped.
Many doctors dislike treating migraines because the migraines recur and the pain often calls for pain medicine. That can be a prescription for addiction and the doctors don’t want to be censured for overuse of pain medications. Likewise, migraine patients dislike being looked upon as drug addicts when all they want is relief from their pain.
On the other hand, migraine headaches are one of the favorite symptoms to treat for doctors that treat Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome because of how debilitating the condition is and because of how well it responds to treatment.
Even though the body temperature is the connection between thyroid and migraines, the body temperature is probably the most important reading doctors rarely check!
Under stress, the body temperature tends to drop as a coping mechanism. Unfortunately, the temperature can tend to stay down even after the stress has passed, even though thyroid blood tests are normal. This is known as Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome, or Wilson’s Syndrome for short. This occurs most frequently in women and is especially common in people whose ancestors survived famine such as Irish, and American Indian. The good news is that when the temperature is normalized the body can often maintain normal temperatures on its own again.
But there is hope! Great hope. If you have migraines you owe it to yourself to start checking your body temperatures by clicking here: How to measure body temperatures.
Sometimes people can normalize their body temperatures on their own with lifestyle changes such as healthy diet, rest, exercise and eliminating stress.
On the other hand, some people are able to respond well to a prescription T3 medicine protocol (WT3 protocol) to get their temperatures up. You can check our list to see if there is a doctor near you.
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