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  1. For those interested, few research papers that discuss how pressure under axilla (armpit) changes breath flow. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/f47c/f0c9f3820eef41093d9815b9515cdb884eef.pdf https://www.physiology.org/doi/abs/10.1152/jappl.1970.28.2.162 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/971d/f7658038c42ad218da06b9887217385e4a23.pdf A more informal description of the technique - https://soranews24.com/2017/11/13/stuffy-nose-ruining-your-day-this-handy-japanese-lifehack-will-clear-your-sinuses-instantly/ I would say easier done than said in this case. Your can try it right
  2. @Freud Nope. The masterbation project doesn't seem to be going too well for you, so I'll pass. You can now stop cluttering this thread with more of your "strong suggestions" as they are irrelevant. You can always start a new thread to describe your experiences with other practices.
  3. @MoxieGirl You are welcome to discuss/recommend your "serious" kinky practice in a separate thread. Leave this thread for rest of the folks who would rather try a simple technique that isn't weird/kinky, doesn't involve needles/pain and is easy to understand and try for anyone. I believe this forum is well-moderated, so leave it the mods to decide what is "misleading" and what isn't.
  4. @Freud Runny nose and and pain in the eye follows, that is once you are in a full-blown attack. If you notice carefully right at the onset, it begins with noticeable blockage in the affected nostril and then starts to get worse from there on. If you make sure that the nostril on the affected side stays open through this technique, then you won't get to the stage where you experience runny nose and pain in the eye.
  5. @Freud Runny nose and and pain in the eye follows, that is once you are in a full-blown attack. If you notice carefully right at the onset, it begins with noticeable blockage in the affected nostril and then starts to get worse from there on. If you make sure that the nostril on the affected side stays open through this technique, then you won't get to the stage where you experience runny nose and pain in the eye.
  6. @dmlonghorn Thanks for sharing your experience. I tried editing the title, but it's not possible at my end. It would certainly be great if the mods can do it. And we can actually focus on the technique rather than getting lost in semantics. The armpit technique supplements lying down, and speeds up the opening of the nostril. For me, lying down sideways by itself opens up the nostril. The armpit technique can be used in conjunction if you have a very rapid onset, or if you are not in a position to lie down. The revelation came about to me while researching ancient Indian breathing te
  7. I agree. I didn't want to mislead anyone by suggesting it's a permanent cure, antidote would be moreappropriate. However, I thought it might lead to more people checking it out and be benefited. I understand any skepticism as well, but hey, as a sufferer, I think you would appreciate if this can merely prevent the aches every time they are about to occur, if not cure them permanently. Try it. After all, you have nothing to lose, except the headaches! Apparently, the blocked nostril is a necessary condition for the headache. Ensuring that it stays open somehow 'breaks the circuit' and
  8. I agree. I didn't want to mislead anyone by suggesting it's a permanent cure, antidote would be moreappropriate. However, I thought it might lead to more people checking it out and be benefited. I understand any skepticism as well, but hey, as a sufferer, I think you would appreciate if this can merely prevent the aches every time they are about to occur, if not cure them permanently. Try it. After all, you have nothing to lose, except the headaches!
  9. Edit: 1. The title of this thread has been edited. The thread contains complaints that the previous title was misleading, for containing the word "cure", these do not include any criticism of the method itself. 2. The method described stops headaches almost instantly when performed at the onset and has always worked for me without exceptions. 3. Wherever I have mentioned "blocked" nostril, I intend to imply any situation where breathing is impaired. This includes runny nostril as well. The technique is equally applicable. 4. Please restrict your replies to doubts about the me
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