Headaches are bad enough, but when they occur in children it can be heartwrenching. The good news is headaches in teenagers and kids can be managed very well.
When ANY child has headaches, something is wrong. They don’t just happen and they darn sure aren’t because that child is deficient in some medication. And yet, we seem to think this is the case because the administration of medication seems to be the treatment of choice in mainstream medicine.
Even if a medication controls the headache for that moment, it has in no way, shape or form fixed what was causing the headache. As a parent, it is your job to NEVER accept anything less than an answer.
Headaches in children are one of the hardest things for parents to deal with. You want to help, but instead you end up feeling helpless. But what if “helping” is not what you’re doing?
Sounds crazy. What could a parent do to deliberately cause his or her child to have headaches?
According, to this particular study, everything.