4 Responses to “The Disgusting Migraine Scandal”

  1. Terri MillerMarch 6, 2014 at 22:53 #

    I just finished your book. I am not a sufferer but have a daughter who most certainly is. I found the book very informative, with wit and compassion. I now have to conquer the exact personalities you so aptly recognized, to carry out enough of your suggestions. Thanks.

  2. Martin Brink
    Martin BrinkMarch 7, 2014 at 00:31 #

    Thank you, Terri, for your kind feedback. Good luck with your conquest and come back, if you have any questions! For example by email or via our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Migraine-Revolution/157487557731553

  3. Fiona NicholsJune 20, 2014 at 01:21 #

    My son has suffered from severe chronic migraines for the past ten years and he is only 22 years old. He also suffers from IBS. Your book was really inspiring but unfortunately Neurofeedback is not as advanced here in London as in the US. My son has had two sessions so far and although we were certainly not expecting a miracle cure, we had hoped for a very slight improvement. The person we are seeing has had very little experience himself of working with Migraines although he is in touch with other Therapists in the United States where I gather there are many branches. He has advised me that if Neurofeedback is going to work for my son, we should see some improvement within the first three sessions.
    I have not managed to find any reviews by anyone in London with migraines who can give recommendation. I feel very responsible for choosing the right person and I would really welcome some suggestions. He used to be so full of life and enthusiasm, he has a migraine every day now with a little lessening of pain in the evenings. He really feels he cannot carry on much longer as there is never a day when the pain lessens to a headache. Up until Nov 2013, he had chronic headaches but 2 or 3 days with the migraine pain per week. My son has tried so hard with nutrition, supplements etc., exercise etc and we have had no help from our GP and Botox on the NHS fialed for him too. I just feel he needs just a tiny improvement and then he will be able to leap forward into a virtuous circle. At the moment, we are still stuck in a vicious circle. We are not well off but would make any financial sacrifice if it would help my son’s migraines and IBS improve.

    • Martin Brink
      Martin BrinkJuly 2, 2014 at 17:10 #

      Fiona, please look into your yahoo email account!

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