Hal S. Blatman, MD is the founder and medical director of the Blatman Health and Wellness Center, and a nationally recognized specialist in treating myofascial pain. He is credentialed in Pain Management and Board Certified in Occupational and Environmental Medicine and in Integrative Holistic Medicine.
Myofasical pain experts claim that over 90% of headaches are due to myofascial pain syndrome. While trigger points in the scalp, neck, jaw, upper back, and shoulders refer pain to the head and the face, those under the back of the skull radiate pain to the forehead and the back of the head. The pain vanishes when these muscle knots dissolve. Go for holistic treatment once you've ruled out chances of any fatal causes of your headaches.
Energize your body with the right fuel from a balanced wholesome diet. Eat a fiber rich diet to cleanse your digestive tract. Take support a multi digestive enzyme if the digestive system is weak. Drink aloe vera juice twice a day to trigger enzyme activity. Consume probiotics and vitamin supplements, drink herbal teas and try aromatherapy with essential oils.