Visual Stress and Chronic Migraines

Shoshana Shamberg

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Visual Stress can be caused by light sensitivity, reading, extended computer use, movies/TV, sensory overload, allergies,

brain injury, neurological and circulatory system conditions, visual distortions, motor coordination problems, anxieties, sleep problems, and more.

In this session we will discuss diagnostic techniques to target the cause of specific

types of headaches and migraines and remediation. Interventions, including the Irlen Method (using colored overlays and spectral filters), Brain Gym exercises, environmental modifications, meditation/visualization, affirmations, and biomedical and integrative medical support will be presented.

Case studies will be presented and a self test will be given to see if you or your clients have symptoms that can be remedied.

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