New Migraine Program Gives Hope To Sufferers

The MENT™ Protocol Is The First Ever System Designed As A Customized Solution To Learn And Discover The Root Cause Of Migraine Pain

Chicago, United States - February 12, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Every day, millions of migraine sufferers around the United States are taking expensive medications and treatments, only to find little to no relief. Migraines are frequently misdiagnosed, and patients are often subjected to off-label medicines; beta blockers, Botox, antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and CGRP injectables – creating a whole new series of side-effects, symptoms, and headache types.

“Unfortunately, migraines are too complex for modern medicine to handle. 84% of doctors spend less than 25 minutes with their patents. This is not enough time to work through the symptoms, triggers, and headache types and come up with a plan of action. This is why we see increases of pain, frequency, and hopelessness” – says Anthony Cocco. Founder of the MENT™ Protocol and former 16-year Chronic Daily Migraine sufferer.

The migraine program, MENT™ Protocol (Migraine Elimination through Neuroindividual Treatments) has been labeled by some as the ‘Saving Grace’ because it addresses the root cause and helps develop a lifestyle care plan unique to each sufferer.

“It eliminates the guesswork and puts the sufferer in control of her or his health,” said Cocco.

Neuroindividualty™ is the concept that no one treatment or care path will work for every sufferer and it is at the core of the MENT™ Protocol. Without addressing the root cause, sufferers can expect to experience more pain, miss work, and continue to be a burden to friends, family, employers, and the entire economy.

This problem is only going to get worse until we make a shift in the way we approach migraines and headaches.

The MENT™ Protocol is a 9 module, 18-week, integrative health program under the supervision of some of the leading medical minds in the United States to help sufferers better understand one of the most complicated medical conditions in the world.

Drugs and treatments that aren’t catered to a patient’s one-of-a-kind brain, nervous system, and body are never going to provide sustainable results. Through Neuroindividuality™, sufferers can start to understand their unique brain and subsequently their unique triggers, symptoms, and needs to improve the overall quality of life.

Among the topics the MENT™ Protocol will address:
• Creating a health history, migraine profile, and symptom map
• How to work with your doctor and create a care path
• Choosing integrative therapies and treatments based on Neuroindividualty™
• Developing the right mindset and breaking the stigma
• Reducing inflammation and boosting brain health
• Cooking for your unique body and brain
• Understanding which products, supplements, and diagnostic tests are best suited

Participation in the MENT™ Protocol begins on April 1, 2019. To sign up, go to www.migrainecourse.com. Price for the program is $697 (Four payments of $174.25 – with promo code PLAN4)

Contact Info:
Name: Anthony Cocco
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Organization: Head Health, Inc.
Phone: 6306397199
Website: http://www.migrainecourse.com

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