How To Block The Agony Of Brain Zaps

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The Slow Movement of Pandemic Care Having a rare condition can make it hard to get information as it is, but during the Covid-19 pandemic it has stepped up a notch or two. Usually, I contact my consultant via email to arrange the care and appointments for my superficial siderosis, but with everything on hold at the moment it makes it that much harder. Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, it would take a few weeks before I’d hear anything about my next appointment, test, or admission, but with the shuffling around of hospitals to cater for social distancing and hygiene regulations, things are now a lot worse. Another Expert My neurosurgeon referred me to his colleague at another NHS health board to see if he could give any further insight into the issues I was having with the pressure in my head. Thankfully, I’m now at some sort of stability

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Taming Chronic Headache Pain

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Living With Daily Pain Gary woke this morning without a headache. The first pain-free moment in 12 very miserable years. Complete pain relief. I just want to read those words over and over. A chronic headache or migraine sufferer will understand the long and tearful journey. Imagine the torture of a migraine mixed with the agony of a cluster headache for 76 unending days. Light, sound, and movement all become your enemy. Complete relief lasted for a few glorious hours before a small twinge returned to the base of his skull area. Gary describes the pain as very light now, ecstatic if this is as good as it ever gets. Gary’s daily headache level hovers around a five, seven days a week. He was forced to live and work with a chronic headache for years. His first neurosurgeon thought the pain might be caused by the pressure change as spinal fluid

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