Path 11 Productions Podcast Episode 166: Headache Self-Care with Posture and Hands-On Therapies

 

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I return to Path 11 Productions to talk about how headache and migraine sufferers can manage their pain with posture and hands-on therapies, while avoiding the side effects of pain preparations, including more frequent, intense migraines. Listen to my podcast Episode 166 here.

The Headache Healer’s Handbook #BookReviews UK Edition

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My book is also for sale in the UK, so I was delighted to receive such an amazing review from Notebooks and Glasses.

The Headache Healer’s Handbook: A Holistic, Hands-On Somatic Self-Care Program for Headache and Migraine Relief and Prevention is the bible for anyone who suffers with headaches and migraines. It has over 380 pages of everything you need to know to understand headaches and migraines and how to help manage them. Although I don’t regularly suffer from headaches (I mainly get them as a result of my neck pain), I decided to read and review this book as I thought it would be useful to my readers.

Be sure to head on over to Notebooks and Glasses, where you can read the full review.

Also, the link in the first line of the above review goes to my book’s page on Amazon UK, which has its first review, ending with the tasty tidbit:

Bottom line: since using this approach I have had many fewer migraines (having suffered regularly, sometimes for several days at a time), and can clear them in less than an hour (sometimes a few minutes) when they arise. This is essential reading for anyone whose life is regularly disrupted by tension headaches or migraines.

Now that reader is tackling the book and his or her headaches by taking action — taking the ball, and running with it! Way to go . . . and I’m so glad I could help!

The Headache Healer’s Handbook, Available Now!

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Available now at:
Amazon
Barnes and Noble
New World Library
IndieBound
and wherever books are sold.

“I have followed Jan Mundo’s work for many years and have found it not only useful but profound. Although the focus of the book is on headaches, it speaks to a much bigger subject: the quality of our relationship with our feelings our minds, and our bodies.”
— Gay Hendricks, PhD, author of The Big Leap and Five Wishes