0:00- Hello everyone my name is Dr. Jacobs,
I’m a doctor of physical therapy and I’m also the inventor of advanced soft tissue
release, ASTR specialty, I am a cancer survivor and I used to suffer from chronic migraines,
headaches, pain and fatigue before I invented ASTR specialty. Alright Shauna tell me what’s going on with
your jaw and headache. So I had a root canal two weeks ago and I
had a bite block in and when they, it was for about an hour when they took the bite
block out I could, it took me a while to get my jaw to close and it was really painful. So you had muscle spasm after that, okay. That pain, that soreness in my jaw continued
over the next couple of weeks we thought it was maybe an infection in the tooth still. But this past week the endodontic that I work
for and my general dentist both figured out that there isn’t any more infection in the
tooth. 1:00- The tooth is doing fine, it’s actually
they think a TMJ issue, the pain is in my jaw, in my ear, rating up to my temple, my
neck my shoulder. How much pain from 0-10, 10 is emergency room. Probably 8 consistently. 8 consistently, okay. For this week. For this week like no relief. No relief. Before it was I would probably say at a 6
I was uncomfortable. After the root canal? Yea. Do you have any history of TMJ like pain in
your jaw before or. No but I have been grinding my teeth and clenching
my jaw for a really long time. I’ve had a night guard for probably a year
or two. Before that I didn’t, I just, but every
morning I wake up I’m biting down on that night guard so. Oh okay. So give me a brief history of your headaches,
what’s going on with that, how long is it? I’ve had headaches for about ten years. Ten years, okay. 2:00- They happen daily they’re almost always
on the left side of my head and sometimes I have a lot of pain right back here on the
right side. Um, and it’s either like all behind my eye,
and right here, it could be in my temple, it could be up here above my eye sometimes,
um. So you said it’s daily for the past ten
years. Mhmm. Okay and what time of the day you have your
worst headaches? Um, I would say in the morning I probably
have my worst headaches. I wake up every morning usually about 4 or
5 and take headache medicine. 4 in the morning, oh wow. And I’m usually up for 45 minutes or so
trying to get the medicine, cause if I lay down, it hurts worse and I’ve actually started
sleeping with my head propped up a little more which has helped a little bit, but I
sit up until I can feel that medicine helping a little but there’s no medicine that ever
completely takes it away. Completely relieves it. Yea. Not at all. 3:00- So how much the intensity of your headache? Daily do you mean, daily yea. Um. From 0-10, 10 is emergency room. Um, I would say up to an 8, um probably never
below a 4 or 5. So it’s a constant, all day long and night. So can you tell me what kind of treatments
you had for your headache for the last ten years? I’ve tried, I went to a neurologist, and
nothing was found, they told me they were tension headaches. I’ve had massage which helped temporarily,
I’ve had chiropractic treatment which didn’t help at all, acupuncture didn’t help at
all. I’ve been on multiple headache medicines
prescribed by the doctor that some of them actually made the headache worse, um none
of them helped, so that was very short lived. So you’ve tried everything in the menu? I feel like I have, I mean, essential oils,
I mean every suggestion anyone’s ever had, I’ve tried. Oh okay. 4:00- Nothing. It doesn’t seem like anything touches it,
the Excedrin helps temporarily. Temporarily. It takes the edge off. And you’ve been taking it for a while yea? I have yea. Wow okay. And I’ve, I’ve gone through periods of
time where I’ve completely not taken it and the headaches are still there and I end
up going back to it because it does something for me. Just a little bit, okay. So can you tell me now how much headaches
and symptoms you currently experiencing in your head? What do you mean? Headache symptoms right now or how 0-20 headaches
do you feel? 8. 8? And where do you feel it now? Um, mostly right here, um but again it’s
all in my jaw, my ear, my neck, my shoulder. Okay. Into my eye. Into your eye. And up here too, a little bit it just feels
like it’s radiating all out so. Alright so, make sure whatever we are doing
is not aggravating your symptoms okay? 5:00- Is it okay to mess up your makeup? Yea, first timer, next time I’ll wear a
tank top. So sometimes, I actually clean the makeup
and I forget to ask the patient. And they have to go to work after. And they have like, the patient usually most
of the patient they know they have their makeup bag when they come here so this way they know
it’s gonna be a mess. Let me know if it’s too much okay. You had any trauma here? No. No, okay. Your fascia is very tight. Make sure this is not painful okay. So it’s around that eye is that correct? Mhmm. Okay. 6:00- You feel the tightness in your head? Yes. Okay so this is normal fascia mobility for
the tear, this is not movement at all. Fascia is like wraps around the entire body
it’s like a Spiderman suit, it has a superficial layer, and there are other layers. But when you have tightness it’s a very
thin layer under the skin. It’s like you wearing a t-shirt two or three
sizes too tight, so it compress on everything underneath. Yes, that’s how I feel. Yes. Compressed. That’s correct. That’s why medication is not going to work
for that you know any, if the treatments not geared to release that it’s not going to
be released by doing something else. Does that make sense? Yes. And that’s interesting because sometimes
what I’ll tell Shawn is if I can make some type of contraption like a belt that I can
tighten on my head. 7:05- I feel like that would feel good. Or I’ll have him push on my head really
hard or underneath my eyes. Don’t do that at home okay. Yea, no I’m just talking about that’s
what I feel like would help. So I’ll tell you a story actually, I had
a dentist that had tension headache for 16 years. So she went to the neurologist, she had an
MRI like cat scan everything and actually the neurologist came to tell her and she was
telling her she feels a band of pressure, headache. And the neurologist told her, there’s nothing
wrong with you there’s something wrong with your head. And she told him yes, that’s why I’m here,
it’s my headache. She said I know. 8:00- Yea that’s why I’m here. Because everything was negative so. Yea. He’s not going to see the tension in the
brain scan. I discharged her after two treatments. Wow. Sorry, I forgot to say, I’m messing up your
hair too. That’s okay, it’s all fixable. I’m going to work now on breaking the scar
tissue. Make sure it’s not painful. Do you feel the bumps here? Mhmm. That’s the scar tissue. So you probably because you’re clenching
a lot you had a micro tear in your temporal. 9:05- You start to have scar tissue. Over the time scar tissue is building around
this area. The problem with scar tissue. Our muscle should act like a rubber band. Does this when it contracts when you have
a scar tissue it’s like you have a knot in the rubber band so when your muscle contracts,
it doesn’t stretch. Let’s compress on the tissue underneath
it and increase blood flow it could also cause headaches. Do you feel those bumps? Mhmm. Do you want my hair undone or is it fine? No it’s fine. Make sure this is not painful okay? It’s not. You feel that more scar tissue in here. You feel that? Yes. Typically if there’s no scar tissue it should
feel like this, nice and smooth. Oh. 10:00- It doesn’t feel like that. Yea so that’s and I’m not surprised from
clenching it’s very typically to have scar tissue. So you’ve been clenching for how long? At least ten years. Ten years, okay, that’s when you’ve been
having those headaches. And it’s very common with the TMJ with patients
that have been clenching. Okay, so you said it’s in this spot too? Mhmm. Is that painful what I’m doing or is that
okay? It’s fine. How this feel. It feels good. It’s like the headaches honestly its a little
painful right here but where you’re doing it actually feels good. Okay so you feel it in your eyes now? Uh-huh. Okay, alright. 11:00- So I want you to lie on your back head
here. Head here? Yea. So now your headaches is only in your eyes
behind your eyes? Mostly yea, yea. Okay, and everything is cleared now? I think so; it still feels a little sore here. Okay so make sure this is not painful. It that too much? No. Okay, you feel it in both eyes or in the left
one. There we go, you feel that fascia? Yea. Let me move you. Make sure this is not painful okay? Okay. 12:00- Did anyone work around your nose and
your eyes? No, never. Fascia release. Can you get some water here for me? I’m starting with the headache now because
you’ve been having it for ten years; um I want to see how you’re doing with that. Because I hate to see you with a headache
for ten years without relief so. No tightness there. Is that too much or. It’s fine. 13:00- Okay, yea. You feel that scar tissue there? You feel that? Mhmm. Okay. Make sure it’s not painful okay. Here you go. Try not to move your head okay. Okay. Let me work on this while we’re here. So you feel it here, going down into your
shoulder? Yea.
14:00- Okay, wow you’re really tight here. Is that painful here? Mhmm. Here? Umm. More here. Yea it’s on the left. That’s tight too but this is the uncomfortable
side. Is it painful what I’m doing here? Yes, no? I can’t hear you. Is it painful what I’m doing here? No. Okay. Sorry. Okay. So most of your pain on that spot? Is it okay to work inside? Inside my mouth? Yea, do whatever you need to do. So, do not bite me okay? 15:00- Open your mouth, close. Thumb up if you feel pain okay? Okay. So you had the root canal down here low, okay. Okay let me work on this area down here; thumb
up if you feel pain. So this is the worst area yea? Mhmm. Tell me if it’s too much okay? That’s painful, you feel the tightness here? Mhmm. Yea, that’s a lot of fascia tightness here. So I’m trying to release the internal fascia. 16:00- Make sure it’s not too much okay? Mhmm. Too much or it’s okay? I can do it. No make sure it’s not painful okay. You feel now the fascia start to loosen up. That’s tight make sure this is not too much
okay? You feel that band here? Mhmm. Don’t blame it on me. Yea, they blame their sickness on me because
I was sick. Never blame it on a doctor, that’s not a
good idea. Is that too much? You feel this band here? 17:00- That’s from a lot of clenching actually. We’re gonna do more work on it next time. It’s starting to loosen up. Good morning. Okay, you feel that, everything is starting
to loosen up. Okay, let’s sit up for me and tell me how
you feel, we’ll get you some water. Do you feel light headed or do you okay? I’m okay. Okay. It’s like a release of pressure. Mhmm, yea. That’s because the fascia, tension headache
is typically fascia restrictions, scar tissue, trigger points could be involved with that
muscle spasm. So that’s why if the therapist or doctor
is not trained to release them, they will ever be able to treat it properly because
that’s the source of the problem. So do you feel headache or is it gone? Umm I feel this is hurting still, right here. 18:00- How much 0-10? Probably like 5. Oh okay so it went down to 5. And you feel it right here, but behind the
eyes and this area, everything’s cleared? It’s a lot better. What about here and here? This is still hurting, so it’s like here
and here. But everything feels a lot looser. I’m not sure how much we can get release
for this if you have inflammation. Whatever we do is not going to, until we get
inflammation down. So let’s work on this and try to release
it. Okay. Because you had the root canal like two weeks
ago. Mhmm. So it’s still. Like two and half weeks. Yea you might have some inflammation there. As long as you don’t feel the pain here
and it’s localized here that’s what I care about. Because I don’t expect this to totally resolve
if you have localized inflammation. 19:00- But you feel it right in here yea. And right here too. Right deep in there, are you wearing contacts? No. Okay. Close your eyes. You’re scaring me. I am? A little bit. It’s okay. Don’t do that at home. Thumb up if you feel any discomfort. Okay. The tightness in those areas. Am I in the right spot of the tightness? Mhmm. 20:00- You see with ASTR we work on entire
body. Everywhere, even the eyebrow, around the eyes
and that’s what I give training to doctors how to use ASTR treatment to treat patients. Okay, do you still feel it in that spot? Umm, no. Okay, and here you said around this area? Mhmm. Okay, you feel that scar tissue here? Like this area. The temple. Okay, um let me see if I can do this without
lotion. But you feel that scar tissue here? Yea. It feels like you feel it huh? Yes. 21:00- The right answer is yes. Hello, hi. That’s our lotion. I know. This lotion is the best lotion ever. So you like our chocolate and our lotion. Everything here is better. I feel healthier already. Alright, awesome. Really, okay. It’s a moisturizer, it’s nothing else. Okay um, I’m going to put some lotion here. Sorry if I make a mess with that. It’s okay, it’s fine, do whatever you
need to do. Keep your eyes closed okay. 22:14 Your doctor would know that you had
treatment. Well I don’t have to go to work today so
that’s fine. Oh, okay that’s good. With water it should be fine. I should just put some lotion over here because
I don’t want irritate your skin. I can feel scar tissue here. You feel al these bumps? Feel that here? Yeah. You can see that actually in the camera how
it’s not going smoothly. It’s just jumping here. Is that painful here? It’s uncomfortable, it’s not painful. So we’re not going to do this area, you
might have inflammation. 23:17 Okay. And don’t look in the mirror after this. I did not make a big mess. Sometimes I go home and I find some lotion
in my hair. And I wonder how did this happen? Yeah, so I just blame it on someone else. Okay, so let’s give her some more water. Okay sit up for me. I looked in the mirror. Sorry, we have a mirror here. Okay, so headache from zero to ten? Probably a two. 24:02 Where do you feel it? Both sides? Mmhm. Deep inside, behind your eyes? Yeah, it’s so much better. Here, drink water and see afterwards. Because after I release fascia restrictions
and scar tissues, that brings toxins and byproducts. And if we don’t flush those out quickly,
you might feel soreness from those toxins. Not the headache. So, zero to ten? Um, I still feel it behind my eyes and right
here. How much? Probably a four or a three. Three, the whole eyes? Like here, and here yeah. 24:53 Okay, lie on your back. Close your eyes. Is that too much what I’m doing? No. Okay, so it’s like surrounding your eyes? Yeah. Okay, tell me if it’s too much okay? Can you feel yourself breathing better now? Yeah. 25:43 Let me know if it’s too much okay? Okay. And really do not try this at home because
you can cause a flareup. I get that feedback from some people who try
to copy this. If you don’t know what you’re doing it
can just make it worse. Yeah. You feel the fascia restrictions? Mmhm. You squint your eyes a lot? I think so. Yeah, that’s why your fascia is really tight
here, especially when you’re stress out. Okay, so that’s what’s causing your fascia
restrictions here. 26:57 Alright, so tell me how you are feeling
after your treatment. A lot better. How’s the headache from zero to ten? Probably.., I don’t even think I have a
headache right now. Alright, awesome. So what do you think about ASTR treatment? Great. Can you tell a difference from the stuff that
you had before? Yeah. I just felt like a total pressure relief in
my head. And you had it for ten years, yeah? Yeah. Thank you so much. No, thank you. 27:26 Feel free to subscribe to my channel,
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100 thoughts on “10 Years of Migraine Relieved Before Your Eyes! (THIS WORKS!!)”

  1. Her symptoms are indicative of cluster headaches. I’ve suffered with these for decades. Severe pain on the right side only – my eye starts to water, I get congested ( that’s why people think it’s “only a sinus headache”). The area above my eye feels like someone is stabbing it with a searing hot pick, and the pain continues to the back of my head in the cervical collar area – makes my head feel heavy. I don’t experience an aura or flashing lights and I don’t need to be in a dark, quiet room. They are usually brought on by certain scents, particularly perfumes. It’s not that they smell bad, it’s just an ingredient in the perfume is the trigger. The headache can come on within 30 seconds of breathing in the scent. People can actually see the symptoms come on.
    The ONLY remedy that works for me is Sumatriptan (Imitrex). Unfortunately, there are side effects – nausea, vomiting or diarrhea- but I’ll take those over the headache ANY day!

  2. I have suffered severe migraines since I was 10 years old for many reasons, such as hormonal changes, bruxism, tension from nursing, stress and chronic lifting leading to damaged and strained muscles in the neck and shoulders, alcohol intolerance etc. Since menopause they have been getting worse and worse, lasting 3 to 4 days at a time. I started keto 8 months ago and not one migraine. While this treatment is helpful and I would definitely recommend it, diet also can play a part. I would also suggest looking into low carb, high fat diets. I am not sure why it works but it has helped everyone in my group

  3. I suffer from almost the same symptoms and have done so for 6 years. I wish I could receive this treatment in here in FLA.

  4. so if the patient need more than one treatment how long does it take to revisit? I mean one week, two weeks later or month?

  5. My migraine was so bad earlier today, it made me vomit and I had to go in a dark room to sleep. Now it’s not as extreme but it hurts in back of my neck and sinus area along with behind my eyes.

  6. Flashing your disclaimer so quickly like that at the beginning makes you look really sneaky. Any trust I would have had for you just got flushed in the first 5 seconds.

  7. My sophomore year in high school (almost 5 years ago) I had terrible migraines for 2 months straight. I would throw up and the light killed me. I went to the neurologist they didn’t find anything. I went to the doctor he gave me narcotics which gave me rebound headaches and made me feel 10 times worse. Then one day they just went away on their own. I always wondered what could have caused this?

  8. i have migraines that lead me to hospital, and i have a sensation that my blood is moving and stopped around my neck. Is it due to migraines or on the contrary is it provoking migraines. ( I'm french sorry if my words are not correct)

  9. I’m no expert but straight away you can see the affected left side of her face moves differently and looks less settled than the right side.

  10. I could never relax with all that noise, especially the kids, I don’t know if it’s because I’m a mom, but I feel like I can’t deeply relax around kids, it just feels like there’s always something to do when I can hear them. Bedtime!

  11. I find it hard to believe that she is at an 8 pain level. And 8 would likely have someone in or near tears, at least cringing, and likely sensitive to light and noise. I’m not saying she isn’t in pain, but an 8 is not seeming right.

  12. Her body language doesn't show she is a migraine sufferer.
    She doesn't show that she has even a headache. Migraine does not last all day and all-night, that is not the symptom of migraine. She has something else.

  13. Oh wow!!! This is my same case with the migraines ! I feel people dint believe my migraines are every day! I tried everything just like her i nothing helps! Right now i just went to chiropractor for an adjustment and i fell a lil more relief but i still hace a long way!

  14. Hi dr.joshep jacob i have the same problem(headache) for 5 years now bt its on the right side of my eye and the head and its daily..any help?please

  15. I have horrible headaches, constantly clench my jaw to the point of my teeth/gums are throbbing, have lots of lumps on my head, and my scalp is always very tender to painful. I wish I could find a provider but all the ones on the site are in California.😞

  16. You really need to move those people who are talking into another area or make an area inclosed for you or them not just because they are over powering the video but even your client cant hear you …. your client area should have more privacy any way

  17. I noticed before he began treating her she would grimace on her left side of her mouth. After the treatment her mouth was very relaxed; no grimacing. As for the background noise, when you're in constant pain for whatever reason you don't care if you're being treated in the middle of a marching band as long as you get relief.

  18. How can I find this in my area? Philadelphia I am going crazy with chronic pain, 10+ yrs of migraine and 10+ years of jaw problems becoming severe….. any one that can help with information I will for ever appreciate it…

  19. I have been living with chronic migraines for over 20 years,I take Ambosol,Hot showers Ibuprofen,Toprimate,200ml Rizatriptin,Found out that no matter what I do there is no miracle pill.I go to get
    Left occipital nerve blocks injections.I take pills I have so much pain my jaw, head,neck and shoulders I can't even tell the routine, Been to chiropractors I have been givin the run around and suffering with doctors that did not take it seriously and have generic pills that never worked could of helped me just avoided and walked out the same way I walked in every visit just another way to paid.been Neorologists Doctors with with no success waste of time,I have TMJ and I need to get surgery,I need Relief now
    Seriously WE NEED HELP, to actually have a normal Life so i am miserable. Thanks for Listning going to lay down AGAIN 😓

  20. I wonder if this would work for my extreme migraines. I had one really bad last night and threw up everywhere. Nothing seems to relieve the pain.

  21. She is me! I have suffering from migraines since I was 16, so 20 years. She pointed to everywhere I experience pain. I’ve tried everything also. I have had a chiropractor do the mouth thing and I would feel better but not for long. Where does this doctor live. I don’t have insurance but I’ll pay out of pocket for him!

  22. I get migraines and headaches a lot and I’ve had jaw pain for 13 years. 1 surgery and numerous guards. Had an MRI last year which showed osteoarthritis in the joints but I didn’t hear anything about scar tissue, I wonder if my headaches are from tissue though?? I’ve been wearing a new kind of special guard the past year but I still clench and grind on it and still get headaches 🤷🏼‍♀️ the guard has stopped my joint pain but my mouth/cheeks are always sore (on top of my headaches) from grinding through the nights.

  23. She is describing exactly how my headaches feel. I get them in the mornings and her example of if she “used a belt” or “pushed under her eyes” is exactly what I do!!

  24. One of my friend is suffering from severe migraine since 1.6years, She has checked by some of Doctor and taking prescribed medicine but not getting relief even her headache increases in this period.Last 6 six days she is suffering from heavy headache ,even after taking medicine ,In this period little her headache down only for 5-10 minutes.Can you suggest me what we do.

  25. I do this as well…last time I went to dentist got trigger points in jaw from having mouth open so long..I tweeted it much the same way ..also work the scalene …dentist should have thrapest in office

  26. What's with the gloves? I don't see anything that would require sterilization as its all external. Now sterilization for politicians, yes be me guest.

  27. Don't ever get a root canal!! It's voodoo therapy. You cannot disinfect an infected tooth when it has a mile of microscopic canals. It can kill you!! Oral bacteria is the worst. I know this for a fact. It nearly killed me. Most doctors and dentists are totally clueless about this. Also, your upper eye teeth are in your sinuses and can give you chronic sinusitis. It's a complicated story but I have thirty years experience.

  28. If I could get rid of my headaches from a concussion I would be so happy to be able to not be in pain daily n disabled to do things like a normal person

  29. I had an invasive sinus surgery where they went up through my gum and I was left with all of the facial symptoms (+ TMJ) afterwards. Unfortunately, I had a head injury 2 months prior on the same side of my head and that drove my cheek bone forward and causes eye aches. Would any of what you did today relieve symptoms?

  30. Ive had a consistent headache for about 2 months straight now. Currently as I type it's not bad but it has been the worst pain I have ever felt in my life 10 out of 10! The pain almost immediately goes away when I lay down, doesn't matter on my back or on my side or on my belly, the pain disappears! Been in and out of the doctors and still no solution. I've been told my neck was fractured, CT Scan disproved that, and I've been told it's a sinus headache, 1 week of medication with no results disproved that. I've come to think it may be cervicogenic and that would explain why when I lay down the pain goes away, because there is no weight on my neck in that position. It's been so dibilitating that sometimes when the pain spikes, it literally stops me in my tracks and all I can do is hold my head and bend over in an attempt to get that weight off my neck! I cannot imagine this woman dealing with this for 10 years! I've only had it 2 months and I think it's torture geez.

  31. hi doctor. I am from India, located in Chennai. I too facing the horrible migraine headache more than 12 years. I dieing every day.
    in India, can u suggest any chiropractic doctor like u .pls.

  32. I got my first migrane when i was about 9. My parents divorced when i was 8. I turned into a terrible kid. Doing illegal and dangerous things. Trying to derail trains, set neighbors houses on fire, fighting as much as possible. I have grown out of all that, but i am now 38 and still have migraines that feel like im dying. The pain is so bad it causes vomiting and when I finally reach fatigue from flailing and writhing in pain i fall asleep on the bathroom floor. I take 3 Excedrin as SOON as i feel the slightest discomfort in my temple. Anyone else deal with this level of severity?

  33. My dad used to always ask me to pull his hair when he had a bad headache. They’re always tension headaches- he has a high stress job- and it helps him if we run our fingers through his hair, pulling lightly. If we hit a spot that really helps, he’ll ask us to pull harder n that one spot. He’ll still ask me to pull his hair if he has a headache when I’m over at their house. It’s almost like traction to relieve the tension in one exact spot.

  34. Ive them daily too its kinda stabbing and throbbing pain and usually the mornings get really worse to the point i cannot cope with them well enough as a matter of fact the only stuff/thing that help’s mostly Clonazepam/Rivotril along with caffeine/caffè together

  35. Ive had migraines starting at the age of 10 and Im 30 now. I also have chronic daily headaches , cluster headaches and sinus headaches diagnosed by a neurologist and its extremely expensive to even be seen by the doctor let alone alone medication. Its look many years of my life away and I hate them hate them. Another doctor had a concern about my morning headaches and mentioned sleep apnea concerns. Could that cause headache as well?

  36. Hi Dr..I m from INDIA..
    My wife, 39,has SEVERE MIGRAINE PAIN,past 10 years…Accompanied by GASTRIC,HAIRFALL,ACIDITY issues..Almost same symptoms as the lady..24/7 pain..aggravating at 4am..In the TOP CENTRAL PART OF THE HEAD…not left,right…
    She has been through all sorts of Medication..but no relief..

    If you cud suggest something, It wud b really gr8..
    Thx in Advance

  37. Temporary symptom relief is not difficult. There are many modalities, methods, approaches that are quite good at doing that. But getting at the underlying causes, and trying to help the body into lasting balance and function, is a totally different story in many cases. And that is what people are really looking for, even if they don’t know it.

  38. To become a patient of Dr. Jacobs, please contact ASTR Institute for additional information! https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/contact-page/
    Treat your pain from home by taking one of ASTR’s online specialized treatment programs! For a list of current programs with specialized tool kits, please visit: https://advancedsofttissuerelease.com/product-category/online-treatment-programs-for-patients/
    Feel free to leave a comment and questions below!

  39. I don’t see the need for the gloves, it have to be very uncomfortable pulling the hair with those. If you knew how good it feels without the gloves, you just can always keep sanitizer or alcohol next you.

  40. Eating to much bread and other carbs can lead to migraines cause your body is telling that you’re not getting enough protiens you’re just eating Carbs! Stop eating bread and eat more protiens such as steak or hamburger ( no sandwich buns ), Deli meats – rolled up ham with cheese or rolled up turket meat with cheese. If you don’t want on going migraines, stop eating bread all together.

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