The Power of Unforgiveness and Its Correlation to Migraines
Have you ever been so angry with someone that you just couldn’t bring yourself to forgive them? Do your migraines suddenly seem worse after a disagreement or an argument? If so, there may be a connection between forgiveness and the frequency and severity of your migraines. Let’s take a look at the power of unforgiveness and its correlation to migraines.

The first step in understanding this connection is to understand what unforgiveness is. According to the Bible, when we refuse to forgive someone, it can cause us spiritual harm by separating us from God. In addition, unforgiveness can have physical consequences. Unforgiveness can lead to feelings of anxiety and stress, which, if left unchecked over time, can manifest as physical pain like headaches and migraines.

Studies have shown that those who struggle with persistent anger are more likely to experience more frequent and intense headaches than those who are able to forgive more easily. This is because unresolved anger often leads to higher levels of stress hormones such as cortisol in the body. Stress hormones are known to trigger headaches and migraines in some individuals. So if you find yourself struggling with frequent or severe headaches or migraines, take a look at your attitude towards forgiving others.

Unforgiveness is something that many people struggle with but it doesn’t have to be something you live with forever. As a natural health consultant I highly recommend seeking out professional help if needed in order learn how to properly process through emotions related to unforgiveness in order to gain freedom from its effects on your body. Once freed from the bondage of unforgiveness you may begin noticing a decrease in your migraine episodes and their intensity!

Unforgiveness can have far-reaching consequences for our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health—including an increase in migraine frequency or intensity for some individuals. If you find yourself struggling with ongoing migraine issues despite trying different medications or treatments, consider looking at your attitude towards forgiveness as well as any unresolved emotions that could be contributing factors too. With proper processing of unresolved anger or other emotions related to unforgiveness, you may soon find relief from these debilitating episodes!  Embrace freedom through forgiveness today!

By the way, I used to experience 16 to 24 debilitating migraine days a month and now have less than 1-1/2 days with forgiveness and decreasing inflammation.  Does decreasing inflammation and changing your mindset sound how do I do that? There is a FREE 11 Day Jumpstart next month (all you need are the vitamins and minerals) that will walk you through exactly how step by step.  Click Here for details and leave a comment here and I'll get you in! 


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