Most times, using recommended dosage, I experience an increase in creativity after the precursor symptoms diminish and no pain follows. Ability to concentrate increases for several hours and access to long-gone memories is enhanced. Will increasing the dosage increase the creativity, etc.?
Yes. It is incredible. I don't know what it is but trust me on this one. It makes your mind relax, not in a distorted, unconscious or drug-like way, but in a peaceful way. You are more calmer around people. You are more courteous and unselfish because nothing else matters to you. There is nothing to think about or worry about. Taking the Big E makes you way more creative than you would have done with it because you are less a mental case worrying and thinking about everything... and more in-tune to a peacefulness in your heart. I have stories to tell Sgt Stan. I am a writer and while I can write well without The Big E... I also suffer from headaches so I have no choice. But, it does make you more relaxed and capable of creating..at least for writing it does. Hope this helps. Thanks for the great question, Sarge. Hope to hear from you again.
I’ve noticed one of the precursors to migraine pain is my brain feeling sluggish and of course the pain shuts it down altogether. Excedrin Migraine contains aspirin, acetaminophen (Tylenol) and caffeine, the exact same ingredients in regular Excedrin. From my experience (after suffering from severe migraines for 6 years) is that treating the precursor to pain, the pain itself, plus the burst of caffeine are giving you the brain boost. Don’t take more than the recommended dose, though. Too much acetaminophen can cause severe liver damage!!! I’m glad you found something that helps with the pain and clears your thinking too!
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