In my constant search to find a way to deal with daily migraines, I pushed my doctor to give my scans another look with constant communication, and yesterday he saw in my scans that I have a cerebral spinal fluid pressure component to my migraines. I looked it up and this fits my symptoms 80%.
He was about to put me on Diamox, but I have an allergy to sulfur-type medication. WHOOPS! No go.
I looked up homeopathic treatments, and most say to lose weight due to one of the causes to this kind of hypertension is obesity. Fortunately or unfortunately (depending how you look at it), I am not obese. I'm a marathoner and I'm already a stick! I feel better after a good run, but I trigger an episode after any kind of upper body work, especially with the biceps.
What other things can I do to help decrease the pressure in my brain?