Treat Migraines: Cold Laser Therapy by Domer Laser

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This is a guest post from Domer Laser Technology, edited for use here on Loreeebee.

Migraines are a neurological condition that affects millions of people worldwide characterized by throbbing headaches that can last anywhere from a few hours to several days. The symptoms of migraines can be severe and include nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. These symptoms can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life.

Migraine Treatments: Traditional and Alternative

There are several options available to treat migraines including medication, lifestyle changes, and alternative therapies such as acupuncture and massage therapy. However, these treatments do not always provide complete relief, and some can have side effects.

Medications such as triptans and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are often prescribed to relieve the symptoms of migraines. However, these medications have drawbacks. For example, triptans can cause side effects such as dizziness, nausea, and muscle weakness. NSAIDs can cause gastrointestinal problems and liver damage with long-term use. Additionally, medication is not always effective for all individuals and can lose effectiveness over time.

Acupuncture and massage therapy are alternative ways to treat migraines that can be effective in reducing the frequency and intensity of migraines. Acupuncture involves the insertion of needles into specific points on the body to stimulate healing, while massage therapy involves the manipulation of soft tissue to relieve tension and improve circulation. However, the effectiveness of these therapies can vary depending on the individual, and they may not work for everyone.

One promising solution to treat migraines is cold laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy. This non-invasive treatment uses low-intensity lasers to stimulate cellular function and promote healing in the body. Unlike traditional laser therapy, cold laser therapy uses low-intensity lasers that do not generate heat, making it a safe and painless treatment option for migraines.

How Cold Laser Therapy Works to Treat Migraines

Cold laser therapy is based on the principle of photo biomodulation, which involves using light energy to stimulate biological processes in the body. When low-intensity lasers are applied to the skin, they penetrate the tissue and interact with the cells, causing a biochemical reaction that promotes healing and reduces inflammation.

In the case of migraines, cold laser therapy is thought to work by reducing inflammation and increasing blood flow to the brain. This, in turn, can help to alleviate the symptoms of a migraine, including headache, nausea, and sensitivity to light and sound.

Benefits of Laser Treatment to Treat Migraines

One of the benefits of cold laser therapy is that it is a non-invasive treatment that does not involve medication or surgery. The therapy can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including musculoskeletal pain, sports injuries, and wound healing.

Compared to other migraine treatments, cold laser therapy is relatively non-invasive and has few side effects. Unlike medication, which can have adverse effects on the liver, kidneys, and other organs, cold laser therapy is safe and does not involve the use of drugs. Additionally, cold laser therapy is more targeted than other therapies such as acupuncture or massage, which translates to delivering more effective results.

Research on Cold Laser Therapy

Several scientific studies have investigated the use of cold laser therapy for the treatment of migraines. One study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that cold laser therapy was effective in reducing the intensity and frequency of migraines. In this study, participants who received cold laser therapy experienced a significant reduction in the number of migraines they had per month, as well as a decrease in the severity of their migraines.

Another study published in the Journal of Clinical Laser Medicine and Surgery found that cold laser therapy was effective in reducing the duration of migraines. Participants in this study received cold laser therapy during the onset of a migraine, and the therapy was found to significantly reduce the duration of the migraine.

In a study published in the Journal of Headache and Pain, researchers found that cold laser therapy was effective in reducing the frequency, intensity, and duration of migraines in 70% of patients.

Yet another study, published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, found that cold laser therapy was effective in reducing the intensity of migraines and improving patients’ quality of life.

Overall, the research suggests that cold laser therapy can be an effective treatment option for migraines. The therapy has been shown to reduce the frequency, intensity, and duration of migraines and it is a safe and non-invasive treatment that does not have any known adverse effects.

Other Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy

In addition to its effectiveness in treating migraines, cold laser therapy has several other benefits. The therapy can promote healing, reduce inflammation, and improve circulation, making it an excellent option for a range of conditions. It is also a cost-effective treatment that does not require medication or surgery, making it a viable option for patients who prefer non-invasive treatments.

Conclusions on Treating Migraines

While there are several treatment options available for migraines, each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Cold laser therapy stands out as a safe and effective treatment option that can offer relief for those who suffer from migraines. However, consultation with a healthcare professional is always recommended to determine which treatment option is the best for individual needs.

Compared to other migraine treatments, cold laser therapy is relatively non-invasive and has few side effects. Unlike medication, which can have adverse effects on the liver, kidneys, and other organs, cold laser therapy is safe and does not involve the use of drugs. Additionally, cold laser therapy is more targeted than other therapies such as acupuncture or massage, which can help to deliver more effective results. It also has been shown in studies to be effective in reducing the frequency, intensity, and duration of migraines.

Cold laser therapy is a promising treatment option for people who suffer from migraines. While more research is needed to fully understand its effectiveness, studies have shown that it can be an effective and safe treatment for reducing the frequency and intensity of migraines. If you suffer from migraines, talk to your doctor about whether cold laser therapy may be an appropriate treatment option for you.

Kids’ Treats, Sweet Tips to Make them Healthier

Kids Treats, sweet tips to make them healthier

This article was originally published on, and modified as a guest post here on Loreeebee…

Kids are back in school, and while the school years might look a little different, one thing that hasn’t changed is the snacks they love. Whether your kids are heading to the classroom or learning their lessons from home, they’re going to want something to eat at the end of the day. 

Kids love sugar, but unfortunately, sugar doesn’t always love them back. Sugar is a multi-billion-dollar industry, but it’s not the healthiest ingredient for kids or adults. Sugar intake contributes to diabetes, obesity, heart disease, cancer, and a host of other problems for kids later in life. 

Luckily, Stevia is a great alternative to sugar. Stevia is a plant that can be made into a fine powder that is 350 times as sweet as sugar but contains none of the negative side effects that sugar does. 

The best part? Stevia has a very low glycemic index – meaning your kid won’t get that spike in blood sugar that can cause them to act wild and then crash. 

Is Stevia Safe for kids? 

The short answer: absolutely – if you choose the right product!

Stevia can actually be a better choice for your kids, especially if you’re using it instead of processed sugar. It matters, however, which stevia brand you choose. Not all Stevia is created equal! 

Stevia is a highly sustainable plant that is part of the sunflower family. It’s native to South America, but there are more than 250 species of stevia worldwide. Pyure Organic is the number one organic Stevia brand in the country, and it’s easy to see why. We focus relentlessly on quality, using a single-source, high-quality species and only using the very sweetest part of the Stevia leaf. We avoid chemicals, additives, and any artificial processes that would make Stevia something you’d want to avoid. We’re also certified organic and non-GMO project verified. 

Pyure Organic’s mission from Day 1 has been to make stevia taste great. That’s good news for parents; kids won’t even know the difference when you swap stevia into their favorite after-school treats.

How to Swap Sugar for Stevia in your Recipes

Swapping sugar for Stevia in your kids’ treats depends partly on the recipe, and partly on the Pyure product that you’re using. Pyure products are a great substitute for tabletop sweeteners, liquids, extracts, and bulk Stevia blends. Substitute Pyure Organic Sweeteners for all or part of the sugar your recipes call for using the easy conversion chart below:

easy conversion chart

For baking pros, note that in some instances you may need to adjust your recipe to account for the loss of mass associated with the reduction of sugar.

Great Ideas for Kids’ Treats

Every kid has a sweet tooth, as do many adults. Here are some recipes for tasty treats you can make using Stevia.  They won’t notice the difference.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

This recipe is keto-friendly and only takes about 15 minutes to put together! Check out Pyure Organic’s tasty peanut butter chocolate chip cookies here

Tropical Splash Popsicles

Even if summer is over, your kids will love one of these refreshing snacks at the end of a long school day of concentrating and learning. Check out this fruit-filled recipe here

Pumpkin Spice Bars

Perfect for autumn, or any other time, these bars are guilt-free, with none of the processed, artificial flavoring found in many coffee chains’ pumpkin-spiced lattes. The frosting is a bonus! Get the recipe here.

Vanilla Cupcakes with Vanilla Whipped Cream

If kids are allowed to bring birthday treats to school, these cupcakes are a great option! They’re sugar-free, using Pyure Organic All Purpose Stevia Blend and Pyure Organic Liquid Stevia Blend, but the class will never know it. Get the recipe here

Spiced “Sugar” Cookies

These cookies make delicious holiday – and everyday – treats, with nutmeg, cinnamon, and allspice in addition to Pyure Organic All-Purpose Stevia Blend. Check out the video for how to make spiced “sugar” cookies here. 


We have tons of recipes that use stevia in place of processed sugar.  Read more and explore our products. We’ve even got brownie mix and chocolate chip cookie mix for those days when you’re not inspired to test out a new recipe, or don’t have the ingredients on hand to make treats from scratch.

I have not yet tried these Stevia products, but do admit the idea of using a sugar alternative does appeal to me, especially with my grandkids always looking for sweet treats.

I will keep you posted!

Boost Your Brain: 5 Vitamin Supplements that Help Aid Memory

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This article was originally published at, and adapted for a guest post here on Loreeebee.

The benefits of vitamin supplements are incredibly far-reaching. They can help aid bodily functions such as digestion, metabolism, and immuno-response. Researchers continue to support the belief that vitamin supplements play a large role in longevity. When combined with a proper diet, adequate sleep patterns, and daily exercise, a noticeable impact on life quality can also be achieved with vitamin supplements.

So what about memory? Can these tablets really boost cognitive function? Well, yes and no. One of the most common symptoms of aging is memory loss. As of 2020, roughly an estimated 5.8 million Americans aged 65 and older live with Alzheimer’s dementia. If scientists were able to slow the onset of Alzheimer’s with the use of vitamin supplements, over 200 thousand fewer seniors would be diagnosed per year. So, in that respect, vitamin supplements act as a preventive measure.

Five Supplements that Boost Memory

1. B-12

Researchers have studied the correlation between B-12 and B complex vitamins and cognitive function for a long while. They have found that having a B-12 deficiency could lead to troubles with memory in the future. According to the Mayo Clinic, having an adequate amount of B-12 can lead to improved memory. Still, there is no concrete evidence to suggest that higher intake leads to more benefits. However, there is evidence that regular B-12 consumption can slow the cognitive decline of seniors diagnosed with Alzheimer’s when combined with omega-3 fatty acids. 

B-12 deficiency is most common in those with bowel or stomach issues, strict vegans, and diabetics. Getting enough B-12 should come naturally. Certain foods such as fish and poultry contain high levels of vitamin B-12. Dairy products and certain vegetables such as mushrooms also offer high levels of B-12. 

If you do not eat foods rich in B12, you can supplement your diet with vitamin B12 in a jar and get the same benefits.

2. Vitamin E

Vitamin E is another supplement that has been shown to slow cognitive decline. Like vitamin B-12, this vitamin has proven to be more effective in older people since they are more at risk for memory loss. According to a 2014 study done by The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMMA), “Among patients with mild to moderate [Alzheimer’s], 2000 IU/d of alpha-tocopherol [the vitamin E supplement] compared with placebo resulted in slower functional decline.” 

Vitamin E deficiency is rare, but it does occur. It is most apparent in those whose diets lack fat. Good sources of vitamin E include foods such as:

  • nuts
  • seeds
  • dark-colored fruits, such as blueberries, avocados, and blackberries
  • vegetables, such as spinach and bell peppers

Whether you get your daily dose of vitamin E from your diet or a jar of supplements, make sure you do!

3. Vitamin D

Vitamin D is essential for efficient brain function as well as for keeping our bones, teeth, and muscles healthy. We obtain Vitamin D mainly through the sun’s rays. The vitamin isn’t found in many foods, but it is abundant in certain fatty fish such as trout, salmon, and tuna. Vitamin D supplements are great for everyone, but especially for those who spend a lot of their time working from inside. Being deficient in vitamin D can have negative effects such as raised anxiety, depression, and chronic fatigue. 

If you cannot get outside to obtain your daily dose of vitamin D, supplements are available.

4. Fish Oil

Omega-3 fatty acids are extracted directly from fatty fish like sardines and salmon. Fish oil can play a vital role in optimizing brain function. That’s because fish oil contains the same fatty acids found in the cell membranes of human brain cells. Preserving healthy brain cell membranes can have a massive impact on how our brain develops as we age. Not only is fish oil excellent for the mind but it is also great for muscle recovery as it decreases muscular pain and shortens recovery time after a workout.

Fish oil containing important omega-3 fatty acids is also available in supplement form if fish will never make it into your diet.

5. NAD+ Treatment

Yes, we know that NAD+ is not a vitamin, but its potential to optimize brain function is worth noting. NAD+ is a compound that is produced naturally in the body but as we age, our NAD+ levels decrease. The rate at which our NAD+ levels decrease is directly related to increasing biological age. So as we age, we lose NAD+ and we lose energy, our skin ages, and we experience some form of memory loss or mental fatigue. NAD+ supplements are available at certain vitamin shops, but one of the most effective methods is NAD+ treatment through an IV.

If IVs are not your thing, NAD+ is also available in supplement form. You have no excuse to avoid it!

Conclusions to Boost Your Brain

Though these nutrients are not the “end all and be all” for cognitive decline, having a consistent intake of the vitamin could slow symptoms, especially for seniors and those already diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other mental diseases. The easiest way we can prevent the onset of these illnesses is to take care of our bodies. Good sleep patterns, a good diet including vitamins, and daily exercise are things we can do daily to increase our quality of life and longevity. 

If you are not keen on introducing supplements to your diet, try incorporating foods that contain specific vitamins instead. That is my preferred way to achieve a healthy diet. I do so by concocting a variety of smoothies that contain healthy, fresh vitamin-packed fruits and vegetables. Make the choice based on your lifestyle, but be sure to incorporate the vitamins into your diet.