Gastric Stasis

One of the first symptoms that usually (but not always) occurs before or during in a migraine attack is ‘gastric stasis’.  This is when the action of ‘peristalsis’ simply stops.  ‘Stasis’ is the medical word for ‘being still’, or ‘having stopped’.  ‘Peristalsis’ is the rhythmic constrictions that carry food down into the stomach after swallowing, and carry food along the alimentary canal.  The stomach remains stationary, stops transferring nutrients, and any medication already taken is not absorbed.

If you have this as your primary symptom, and it is possible to have NO other symptoms except this one, you may go all day sometimes without any appetite. You may be diagnosed as being ‘anorexic’ and if this just a habit of your nervous system, rather than a response to anxiety, normal counselling and therapy would not succeed.

Use the Resolution Magic Programme for symptoms, aiming the direction of your active sessions into your stomach and throat. Record the progress and notice the ‘gaps’ without the symptom. The symptom will reoccur, but keep your records because each attack will reduce in duration until it fades away.

If there may be other contributory factors, like present-day anxiety or past traumatic events, seek the help of a Resolution Magic Practitioner to help you through the programme.

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disclaimer: results may vary. Please consult your GP – Resolution Magic can work along-side regular medicine.

Disclaimer: The book does not, and cannot, provide individual medical advice, but rather is for general informational purposes only. My advice is not intended to be a substitute for individualized medical advice, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified professional who is aware of your medical history and has had an opportunity to examine you.