Article Review: Headaches
Lesson two on headaches provided crucial and beneficial information to the readers in terms of providing the theoretical framework for identifying the source of headaches to effectively determine the most appropriate treatment. It was therefore well appreciated that the three root causes of headache were appropriately identified: (1) eyestrain; (2) constipation or gas; and (3) worry . Likewise, the article briefly explained how headaches could develop through identifying the risk factors, specifically, the food that allegedly increases preponderance for their development, such as: eggs, meat, fish, pastries, cakes, pies and bread. When one would closely analyze, these food are traditional favorites in every meal; and as such, knowing that too much of these could actually lead to the creation of acid and eventually to gas, could assist people in avoiding them so as not to expose themselves to the risk of developing headaches.
One appreciated the manner by which the information was presented in the article. It was written in a brief; but comprehensive manner, which would allow readers to grasp the crucial details and pave the way for greater understanding of the topic. The detailed explanation of how the development of gas from acid, and how it could actually cause pain was presented in such a simple manner that assisted in immediate understanding of the concept.
In sum, one got to recognize the root causes of headaches, the manner by which they could have developed, and the process of transcending in a person’s body. Foods that create acids were effectively identified; as well as foods that could actually purify a person’s blood.
"Lesson Two: Headaches." n.d. Print.