My Perfect Migraine Treatment – MHAM Blog Challenge: Day 17

Today’s prompt: Invent the perfect imaginary treatment for your diagnosis. What would it look like? What would it do? How would it work?

What would it look like?

A cozy, but psychedelic looking, recliner with a soft knit hat, mittens and socks (20 colour choices), all of which would be fitted with soft sensors that provide a gentle massage as the machine records the needed data. And for the eyes, temples etc. a cool gel mask (that could be adjusted to the perfect temperature for the patient), with openings (that could be closed), over the eyes.

What would it do?

  1. This machine would diagnose what type of migraine the patient suffers from.
  2. Identify the cause of the problem.
  3. Treat the problem and therefore rid the patient of all future migraines.

How would it work?

The patient would sit comfortably, in specially made PJs (20 colour choices), that allow all the machine’s sensors to read the necessary parts of the body. While sitting, the patient would be given interesting footage or music (a choice of 100 each), to occupy them and stimulate brain activity.

This machine would be able to do anything the sufferer needs:

  1. Destroy tumours or cysts without surgery, chemo or radiation.
  2. Identify hormonal imbalances and correct them with the accurate formula administered via a tasty smoothie.
  3. Identify deficiencies, allergies and triggers and prescribe natural supplements: vitamins, minerals or a particular diet (specific to the person), that would actually work.
  4. Chiropractic adjustments and or massage treatment.
  5. Repair any damage or abnormalities anywhere in the body; again with no invasive treatment.
  6. Provide a printout, specific to the individual, that explains how to maintain renewed health and wellness.

I wish I had my cozy machine now 🙂 .

– Skylar

For more information on this blog challenge (hosted by the American Headache & Migraine Association (AHMA)), and/or to participate see more at: MHAM Blog Challenge 2014 .



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