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Victoria
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. . My migraines went like this...  My fingers and or toes would start to tingle, kind of like if you sat on your foot and it was falling asleep.  
  
. . I do get htem when stressed out and mostly in the the fall when my mom use to come up to visit and the rag weed is out.    If I am stressed and I eat things liek night shade family, it will put me in a migraine within 10 minutes.
  


This is interesting - I have this kind of tingling in the arches of my feet and on the outside of one hand when I am under a lot of stress.  Allergy season can count as one of those stresses too.



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Sometimes taking DEEP breaths in thru your nose then blow out your mouth helps calm you down.  There have been times when I felt like I was going to be the proud recipient of another migraine and I do the deep breathing and it goes away.


Funny - people always have to remind me to breathe if I am upset. They can see I have stopped. Cleansing breaths are good.

I do not get migraines. My severe headaches stopped once I started chiropractic and this lifestyle. I cannot say which one, really, because I began both almost simultaneously.


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