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"What Every PHN Sufferer Ought To Know."

Report Contents:

What causes Shingles and PHN?

What You Need to Know About The Varicella Virus

How a Strong Immune System Helps You Resist The Varicella Zoster Virus.

How to Strengthen Your Immune System.

How to Cope With the Pain of PHN.

Emerging Treatments for PHN.

A Positive Way to Start Your Day.

Nutritional Programs for PHN.

Larreastat - Natural Treatment for Herpes.

Coping With the Depression of PHN

Managing Sleeping Problems of PHN.

A Helpful Resource for Chronic Pain Sufferers.

Bonus Report
Magnetic Therapy for PHN?
Dr. Boyce N. Berkel
Boyce N Berkel, MD
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"To Find Out More About Shingles!"

PHN on the Trunk and Extremities

The dermatome maps below give you a graphic illustration of how the sensory nerves connect to the spine, and help you understand “exactly” where you should apply the PainBreak®

Follow these 5 Simple Steps:

  1. Look at the dermatome map below, and pencil in the approximate location of your pain.
  2. Follow the nerves back to the spine, and mark on the map where the affected nerves originate from the spine.
  3. Try to locate the area on you spine that corresponds with the location you marked on the map in step 2 above.
  4. Clean that area, as well as the area of your pain, with rubbing alcohol.
  5. Massage PainBreak® into that area, as well as into the area of your pain, 2 to 4 times daily.


Dermation Body Chart

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PHN on the Face and Scalp

PHN on the face or scalp presents a special problem as the trigeminal nerve root ganglia are housed inside the skull. If your PHN is on your face or scalp,

Here’s what you do...

In addition to applying PainBreak® over the affected areas of your face and scalp, massage the PainBreak® to the areas indicated on the map below, as well as over your temple and behind your ear on the involved side. Also massage over the base of the skull and upper neck on the involved side.

Dermatone Chart of the Head

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