Clearing a Hunger Headache

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I don't know why I sometimes neglect my personal needs, but sometimes I do.

Yesterday, for an example, I didn't eat as much food as my body needed.

So, there I was in the car, being driven by my husband to the coast,

and I started getting a headache because I hadn't eaten enough food for the day.

I really didn't feel like talking about it to my husband, so, I started silently

tapping on my karate chop point on the side of my hands to see if I could get some relief.

Some of the set-up phrases were, Even though:

*

I have a headache that was probably caused because I haven't eaten enough food today,

I deeply and completely love and ccept myself

* I know better than to go this long between meals...

* I am angry at myself for not taking better care of my body and I am paying for it now...

* I am self-sabotaging myself by not taking care of my eating needs...

I try to have water available wherever I go, and had a drink of water.

I started to immediately feel some relief. Then I quietly tapped my points:

* EYEBROW: this headache pain

* SIDE OF EYE: I haven't eaten enough

* UNDER EYE: I wish I would have taken time to eat properly

* NOSE: I know better than to do this to myself

* CHIN: I feel angry at myself for putting myself in this predicament

* COLLARBONE: this aching head

* UNDER ARM: I should have taken time to eat

* HEAD: looks like I have been self-sabotaging myself again

I stopped tapping and noticed that I was already feeling better. I still had a little brain fog.

* EYEBROW: I still feel a little brain fog

* SIDE OF EYE: when will I learn to take better care of myself

* UNDER EYE: when will I stop doing stuff like this to myself

* NOSE: I know better than this

* CHIN: next time, I will take better care of myself

I didn't have to finish the second round. I felt better and my headache disappeared.

I don't know why I sometimes neglect my personal needs, but sometimes I do.

Yesterday, for an example, I didn't eat as much food as my body needed.

So, there I was in the car, being driven by my husband to the coast,

and I started getting a headache because I hadn't eaten enough food for the day.

I really didn't feel like talking about it to my husband, so, I started silently

tapping on my karate chop point on the side of my hands to see if I could get some relief.

Some of the set-up phrases were, Even though:

*

I have a headache that was probably caused because I haven't eaten enough food today,

I deeply and completely love and ccept myself

* I know better than to go this long between meals...

* I am angry at myself for not taking better care of my body and I am paying for it now...

* I am self-sabotaging myself by not taking care of my eating needs...

I try to have water available wherever I go, and had a drink of water.

I started to immediately feel some relief. Then I quietly tapped my points:

* EYEBROW: this headache pain

* SIDE OF EYE: I haven't eaten enough

* UNDER EYE: I wish I would have taken time to eat properly

* NOSE: I know better than to do this to myself

* CHIN: I feel angry at myself for putting myself in this predicament

* COLLARBONE: this aching head

* UNDER ARM: I should have taken time to eat

* HEAD: looks like I have been self-sabotaging myself again

I stopped tapping and noticed that I was already feeling better. I still had a little brain fog.

* EYEBROW: I still feel a little brain fog

* SIDE OF EYE: when will I learn to take better care of myself

* UNDER EYE: when will I stop doing stuff like this to myself

* NOSE: I know better than this

* CHIN: next time, I will take better care of myself

I didn't have to finish the second round. I felt better and my headache disappeared.

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This article was published on 2011/01/04