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Terry Naturally Curamin® Headache Description

  • With Clinically Studied BCM-95® Curcumin
  • Headache Due to Stress & Fatigue
  • For Your Good Health Terry

Curamin Headache combines the successful ingredients from the trusted, award-winning Curamin with additional nutrients for targeted, safe and effective relief to help you feel great again.

 

It is estimated that up to 80% of Americans deal with occasional headaches due to stress or fatigue. Demanding jobs, hectic schedules, and long hours at a computer can contribute to the stress of everyday life. Now, those occasional headaches have met their match!

 

Effective, Safe Relief!

 

Amazing Ingredients, Effective Relief!

  • BCM-95® Curcurmin is better absorbed than plain curcumin. It provides a primary response to occasional headaches.
  • Magnesium supports healthy neurotransmitter activity in the brain, and clinical studies have shown it brings relief to occasional headaches. The amino acid chelate included in this supplement is better absorbed for greater benefits.
  • BosPure® Boswellia is clinically studied and uniquely standardized by reducing beta-boswellic acid and providing higher levels of AKBA for greater effectiveness.
  • DLPA supports the effects of endorphins - the "feel good" chemicals in your body.
  • Vitamin B6 as Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (P-5-P) can be readily used by the body because it is already in the bioactive form. Vitamin B6 is a factor in serotonin production and relaxation.

All ingredients established in human studies for safety and effectiveness. Does not interfere with stomach, liver or kidney function.


Directions

Recommendations: Take 3 tablets daily, or as needed.
Free Of
Sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, dairy products, artificial coloring, artificial flavoring and artificial preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3 Tablets
Servings per Container: 7
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal-5-phosphate)90 mg4,500%
Magnesium (from TRAACS® Magnesium Bisglycinate Chelate, Magnesium Oxide)300 mg75%
Proprietary Complex
Boswellia (Boswellia serrata) Gum Resin Extract (BosPure®) standardized to contain >70% Total Organic and Boswellic Acids with AKBA >10%, with less than 5% beta-boswellic acids, DLPA (DL-phenylalanine), Curcumin (Curcuma longa) Rhizome Extract (BCM-95®) enhanced wih turmeric essential oils and standardized for curcuminoid complex (curucmin, demethoxycurcumin, and bisdemethoxycurcumin)
1650 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Cellulose powder, stearic acid, silicon dioxide, croscarmellose sodium, vegetable source magnesium stearate, and ethylcellulose.
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3 Yoga Poses to Relieve a Tension Headache

A steady creep of pain across your temples and scalp often means one thing: You're getting a headache.

It's also likely that tension is bringing it on—and that the tension has found a home in your back, shoulders, neck or jaw.

Woman Laying on Back in Yoga Resting Pose to Relieve Headache | Vitacost.com/Blog

“The main reason we call it a tension headache is because it comes from muscles,” says Babak Mokari, D.O., an osteopathic physician, who owns Healing Arts Medical in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Everyday stress or emotional rigors could be to blame, leading you to scrunch your shoulders or clench your jaw.

Sometimes the tension is purely physical: Carrying your purse awkwardly, cradling a phone at your ear, poor posture. Plus, “the ergonomics of the way we live now don't help,” Mokari says. “We're sitting most of the time, looking down at a screen.”

Tension headaches are the most common type of headache, followed by migraines.

Migraine headaches, which can progress from tension, often have very specific triggers. People who get them might also feel nausea or be intensely averse to light, sounds or other stimuli.

To be sure, there are many other types of headaches, and some are caused by underlying medical conditions.

“You can get them when you're hungry,” Mokari says. “Some people get headaches when they're out in the sunlight, they're dehydrated a little bit. Some people have headaches after intercourse.”

When it comes to tension headaches, yoga breathwork and some restorative poses can offer relief, especially when they open the chest and relieve the neck and upper back. As a rule, gentle movements work better than intense, high-energy ones. And when your noggin is throbbing, stay away from strong twists, strong backbends, inversions like handstand or anything that puts tension on your neck.

Keep in mind that a regular yoga practice keeps stress at bay and improves posture, so it can prevent tension headaches altogether. Meanwhile, if you're looking for mercy when a headaches hits, instead of reaching for ibuprofen, try these:

1. Paschimottanasana (seated forward bend), supported

  • Sit down, legs ahead. Place rolled blankets or a pillow under your knees. Place pillows on your front thighs and shins.
  • Hinge forward from your hips without rounding your lower back. Rest your belly and chest on the padding over your front thighs. Rest your forehead, and drop your arms down.
  • Stay several minutes, allowing your neck and back to release.

2. Matsyasana (fish pose), supported

  • Place two rolled blankets parallel to each other and about a foot apart, then sit ahead of one blanket.
  • Bend your knees and lie back, so that your shoulder blades rest across one blanket (it's perpendicular to your spine) and the other supports your neck.
  • Place your arms between the two blankets and out to the sides, palms face up. Your shoulders should be on the ground, with your chin level. If your head tips back, unfurl the blanket under your neck a little so that the roll is smaller, and you can use the rest to raise the back of your head.
  • Stay several minutes, allowing your shoulders and chest to release.

3. Savasana (corpse pose), with visualization

  • Lie on your back, legs at least hip-width apart, with a pillow or rolled blanket under your knees. Allow your arms to drop to your sides, and close your eyes.
  • Inhale to the count of three, and exhale to the count of three. With each exhale, mentally move your attention from your feet to your head, encouraging your muscles to release from your toes to your crown.
  • Stay for as long as you'd like, breathing softly.

Learn more about yoga instructor and journalist Mitra Malek at mitramalek.com.

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