This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was designed to help your body overcome Migraine Headaches.


Migraine Sound Therapy

Are you or someone you love suffering from migraine and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including migraine with our sound therapies .


Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing.  Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.

Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our migraine sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.

Our migraine sound therapy helps by:

  • Decreasing numbness and tingling sensation and sensitivity to sound and light
  • Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
  • Aligns and opens your Chakra system
  • Opens and cleans up your meridians
  • Helps your body heal itself

Short Description of Migraine

Migraine is a neurological condition that results in several symptoms and is characterized by intense, debilitating headaches. Patients suffering from migraine may also have nausea, problems with speaking, numbness and tingling sensation, sensitive to sound and light. Migraines often run in families. If a family member suffers from migraine, there is also a likelihood that other family members may have the condition.

Symptoms of Migraine

Migraine pain is often described as:

  • Throbbing
  • Pounding
  • Pulsating
  • Debilitating
  • Perforating

Symptoms of migraine often start at least one to two days before the actual episode itself. This period is called the prodromal stage and may include these symptoms:

  • Craving for certain kinds of food
  • Depression
  • Anergia or fatigue
  • Frequent yawning
  • Irritability
  • Hyperactivity
  • Stiffness of the neck

Etiology of Migraine

Experts have yet to identify the definitive cause for the condition. However, they have discovered a few risk factors that can trigger it. Changes in chemicals in the brain along with a decrease in the neurotransmitter serotonin causes the condition. Other factors that can trigger a migraine attack are:

  • Exposure to bright lights
  • Exposure to severe heat or extremes in weather
  • Barometric pressure changes
  • Hormonal changes in women such as fluctuations in the level of estrogen and progesterone during regular menstruation or in pregnancy and menopause
  • Dehydration
  • Excessive stress
  • Hearing loud sounds
  • Skipping meals
  • Sleep pattern changes
  • Intense physical activity
  • Unusual aromas
  • Alcohol use
  • Smoking
  • Medications such as oral contraceptives and nitroglycerin for heart problems
  • Intense physical exertion
  • Travel

Doctors may require patients suffering from migraines to keep a headache journal. This entails writing down what you are doing including any food intake and medications at the time the migraine episode occurred. This can help identify triggers and prevent future attacks.

Food that Cause Migraines

Certain kinds of food or ingredients in food can trigger migraine episodes in sufferers such as:

  • Caffeine and alcoholic beverages
  • Food additives such as nitrates a known preservative in cured meats , aspartame a type of artificial sugar and MSG
  • Tyramine such as in aged cheese, soy sauce and sauerkraut.

Types of Migraines

There are several kinds of migraines but two of the most common are migraine without aura and migraine with aura. Some patients suffer from both types. A lot of affected individuals with migraines may have more than one kind of migraine.

Based on the International Headache Society, migraine with aura is classified as having at least fie episodes with the following characteristics:

  • Headache lasting for at least 4 to 72 hours that may or may not respond to treatment
  • Headache characterized as having at least 2 of the ff traits: occurring one side of the head, pulsating or throbbing pain, moderate to severe pain, pain that gets worse when moving or when walking or climbing stairs
  • Headache having at least one of the ff traits: sensitivity to light and sound, presence of nausea with or without vomiting or diarrhea
  • Headache that is not caused by another health issue or diagnosis

Migraine with Aura

This used to be called classic migraine, complicated migraine and hemiplegic migraine. The aura occurs in at least 25% of patients that suffer from the condition.

At least two episodes with the ff characteristics:

  • Brief aura that is reversible and includes at least one of the ff: visual issues (most common), sensory issues of the face, tongue and body like numbness, dizziness and tingling
  • Speech and language issues
  • Issue with movement or weakness that can last for up to 72 hours
  • Brainstem problems like: difficulty talking, vertigo, tinnitus or ringing perception in the ears, hearing problems, double vision and ataxia or unable to control body movements
  • Decreased level of consciousness
  • Eye issues usually affecting one eye and may include flashes of light, blind spots and even temporary blindness for patients suffering from retinal migraines
  • Aura that features at least two of the ff traits: at least one symptom spread gradually over five or more minutes, each aura symptom lasting between five minutes and one hour, or three symptoms that last for three hours, at least one symptom of the aura on one side of the head and includes vision, speech and language issues , aura that occurs with the headache or one hour prior to the start of the headache
  • Headache that is not caused by another medical condition

The aura normally happens prior to the start of the headache but it may continue once the headache begins. It may also occur at the same time the headache happens.

Acute Migraine

This is basically a general term for the condition for migraine headaches that are not diagnosed to be chronic migraine. Also known as episodic migraine it affects sufferers up to 14 days a month. Patients with episodic type suffer fewer headaches per month compared to chronic migraine sufferers.

Chronic Migraines

This used to be classified as a combination or mixed headache as it can have features of migraine as well as tension headaches. This may also be called severe migraine and may be as a result of overuse of medication. Patients suffering from chronic migraine have a severe tension or migraine headache for more than 15 days a month for at least 3 months. Greater than 8 of the episodes are migraines that occur with or without aura. Patients with chronic migraine are also more likely to have: severe headaches, depression, presence of other cause of chronic pain such as arthritis, previous head and neck injuries, other serious health issues like hypertension.


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