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look into Dr. Janet Hull site on aspartame. Look into bwgen.com it has helped many I know with bipolar disorder and migraine headaches. Once you understand the science behind it you will discover musical sources that will benefit you the same way. Consider an Ophthalmologist. If you are using a transdermal patch it affects dreams and the occipital lobe is the primary generator of dreams. Another things is your blood sugar levels. From my experience lose the word cure and adapt the word manage.
A big question. One of the best methods to grab hold of resolving it is to keep a journal / chart tracking its occurrences or become a detective on a great funfilled adventure of solving a mystery - when, where, what you were doing/activity, when last ate/drank, what was last ate, stress y/n - cause?, anxiety y/n - was there an associated fear, depressed - did you feel deprived of something or being reflective, are there common aches and pains, i.e. neck or shoulders, and more that you discover. Remember to smile and have fun, fun, fun , , ,
Personal Note: I keep one of those tiny notepads in my shirt pocket for this endeavor. I have learned much about 'me' this way. My chart is a pain in the A** sometimes & my desk at home sometimes has all these pieces of paper tossed on it with notes, but my doctor(s) - primary care, psychiatrist, therapist, chiropractor love me now. They don't have to use a shotgun or generality approach they are able to be more specific. I have lowered med dosages because of this and headaches have diminished to almost gone. When I do have them they are food related. My body aches are related to past injuries and I can trace new aches to posture related stuff like crossing my legs while sitting at the desk like now - smile (lower back pain - whoops!)