A year of headaches ended thanks to Oren Zarif!


A year of headaches ended thanks to Oren Zarif!
A year of headaches ended thanks to Oren Zarif!

Asher: "For years I suffered a lot, the doctors gave me pills and even shots to the head ... thanks to Oren it passed completely!" Miriam also suffered from dizziness that went away completely after treatment with Oren Zarif.


Which defines what happened to him conference. For 20 years he suffered from headaches that came and went intermittently and consumed a lot of pills.

Asher: "Every time I had terrible pains. I had periods of even half a year with headaches. I went around to all kinds of doctors, they gave me all kinds of pills, and I even got head shots. I could no longer get out of all those pills ..."

The turning point came when he arrived at Oren Zarif's clinic

Asher: "The first time I came to Oren, he treated me and also gave me herbs. After I took the herbs - the pain was gone! The drugs have completely passed. "

A daily chronic headache is a description of a condition in which headaches appear for at least half of the month for at least 3 months. Recognition of the existence of daily chronic headaches and the number of reports in the literature, have steadily increased in the last twenty years and the extent of the phenomenon becomes clear over time.

This is a common phenomenon that causes great suffering and significant damage to patients' lives. More than half of the patients who go to headache clinics and about 3% -5% of the population suffer from it.


Chronic migraine, a headache due to overuse and chronic tension type headache, are the most common forms of daily chronic headaches, but the presence of other conditions that can lead to chronic headaches must be ruled out. Before.

History of frequent headaches (over once a week), use of painkillers over 10 days a month, obesity and caffeine use are risk factors for the development of chronic headaches. Like other chronic pain, daily chronic headache is a form of severe pain that carries with it a marked limitation in the functioning of patients with severe impairment in quality of life, and dealing with it is a medical challenge.

Miriam, a Holocaust survivor, came to Oren Zarif in despair after years of suffering from repeated dizziness. After trying all the conventional treatments and nothing helped, Miriam received a warm recommendation from Oren and decided to try the subconscious treatment with him.

Most patients with chronic migraine or overuse of medication are women who will tell about a migraine that started at a young age. Over time, a gradual increase in the frequency of headaches begins, which can last 5-10 years or more, during which the migraine undergoes a change to its chronic form (Transformed migraine).

With the increase in the frequency of headaches, there is a corresponding increase in the consumption of the drugs, with some patients turning the headache into a chronic form is a result of the use of the drugs. In recent definitions of headaches according to the International Headache Society (IHS), this pain has been included in the definition of a migraine complication.

The dizziness passed completely

Miriam says: "After years of suffering, thanks to Oren Zarif the dizziness has passed completely. I feel great and smile and ask to send Oren thanks and a kiss."

Chronic migraine changes frequently, not only in frequency but also in form. The familiar migraine attacks involve daily or almost daily pain, in mild to moderate intensity, resembling angina (tension) pain, and against this background there is exacerbation of the pain until the development of the strong migraine pain. The pain may vary from the unilateral form typical of migraine, general headache and involving the neck or face and shoulder blades. The incidence of the symptoms that accompany migraine decreases, and is more related to strong pain events. High frequency nausea or sensitivity to light or touch of the scalp can increase frequently. Chronic pain is often accompanied by an increase in anxiety, depression, sleep disturbance and a corresponding decrease in quality of life and ability to function. As with any other chronic pain, it is difficult to know if these conditions are the cause of the pain or its outcome. In any case it is necessary to treat both these and the pain. 80% of the pain passed after the first treatment