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When you say, “So-and-so is giving me a headache,” you might actually be onto something. One thing’s for sure—your headache—isn’t an Advil-deficiency! Yet our traditional medical system is great at naming diseases and then prescribing a medication to numb the associated symptoms. We have come to believe that using short-term fixes over and over somehow makes them long-term solutions. However, if you’ve watched a pharmaceutical commercial lately—and thought the list of possible side effects flashing across the screen sounded worse than the symptoms you were trying to alleviate—you know something is off.
For Arcelia, she assumed her headaches were hereditary. Turns out that there is a lot more to them than that. Watch as she solves the mystery and discovers how to prevent them from happening in the future. (Hint: No drugs necessary).
Neha Sangwan, M.D., is the CEO and founder of Intuitive Intelligence and author of TalkRx: 5 Steps to Honest Conversations that Create Connection, Health, and Happiness. She is an internal medicine physician and corporate communication expert. Her private practice and corporate consulting focuses on empowering individuals, organizational leaders, and their teams with the tools for clear, effective communication. She addresses the root cause of stress, miscommunication, and interpersonal conflict, often healing chronic conditions such as headaches, insomnia, anxiety, and depression.
Doctor Neha has shared her discoveries on the stages of TEDx Berkeley and TEDx San Luis Obispo. She speaks for and partners with organizations such as the American Heart Association, American Express, Kaiser Permanente, and Google.
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