Tag: headaches

Have I Found My Headache Cure?

If you go back into the archives (2011-2013), you will see many posts where I attempted to solve my headaches. I tried many experiments to reduce the number and frequency of headaches that had bothered me since high school.

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Exercise Induced Headaches – A Path Forward?

I found an interesting discussion between Doug McGuff and Drew Baye on YouTube. One of the topics they covered was exercise-induced headaches. This is something I experienced regularly when I did High Intensity Training. It is also the reason that … [continue reading]

Back Pain, Headaches, and Stress

It isn’t very often that a true insight into our own health hits, but I believe I had one a few weeks ago.

Longtime readers of this blog know that I tackled and overcame my back pain issues years ago. … [continue reading]

My Last Post on Headaches

An interesting thing happened last week after my post Quantified Self and False Pattern Recognition. In that post, I mentioned the benefit I have received from ending the daily tracking.

I don’t think I’ve had a single headache this

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Quantified Self and False Pattern Recognition

I was watching Episode 3 of the new Cosmos show when Neil deGrasse Tyson said something that reminded me an awful lot of the Quantified Self movement.:

The human talent for pattern recognition is a two-edged sword. We’re especially good

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I May Have Finally Found a Headache Cure

Last December I reframed my headache question. After almost 3 years of trying to prevent headaches, I decided instead to look into how to eliminate the headache once it arrived. The full list of things I’ve tried is on the … [continue reading]