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There are mental techniques to get rid of headache, basically meditation techniques. For those who don't believe these techniques actually exist, there's nothing more to say about it.
Btw, did you mean to make it a multiple-choice poll?
Relax that thing between your ears. It's a relaxation exercise.
I don't believe in meditation techniques for relieving headaches, only in meditation techniques for relieving stress.
It's a joke with a serious undertone. If stress is giving you a headache, try to do something about stress. If it's dehydration, drink some water. If you indeed meant reducing the symptoms only rather than addressing the cause, in most cases that doesn't sound like a great idea in the long run.
You mean meditation would not address the cause?
Most people around me who have headaches, they get them regularly all life long, young and old, with stable lifestyle or changing lifestyle, so there seems to be a persistent rather autonomous cause. How would you address it?
Above all, visit a professional--not me, a person who doesn't get headaches.** Excluding sinusitis once every few years.
I could instruct in some basic vipassanā-like things* * Or as I call it, the natural way of calming my mind before going to sleep, which I only later found out is apparently uncommon.
Vipassana is mindfulness of breathing, which doesn't work for me, so it's reasonable to expect it doesn't work on some other people too. Do you know of other types of concentration/meditation for Josh's instruction?
Me? Suffer.I have an axe here at hand, though...
An headache that passes with concentration, meditation, relaxation, etc, it's not a real headache.For real headaches or migraine, only chemicals can relieve suffering.
Have you seen a man drive a nail through his own hand without flinching? That's the kind of concentration and willpower I am talking about.
Yes, I've seen the most amazing things of that kind but that's not an easy thing to do or even accessible to most people.
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