Busy Bee

You're a Busy Bee!

#Mental_Trauma #Emotional_Pain

#burnout #toobusy #overthinking #anxiety #depression #nap #vacation

Busy bees tend to be too busy for their own good -responsibilities, endless to-do lists, mental stress, and THAT another phone call.

You will never believe this, but overthinking causes headaches in the form of tension headaches. Also, headaches that feel like empty-headed when you cannot just think or remember anything. It means you used up all the reservoir energy and substances for the brain; therefore headaches.

I know it's super difficult, but you just need some rest.


#detox #hydrate #rehab #exercise

Just like Koala has to sleep all day long to digest Eucalyptus, you may intake too much of bad chemicals into your body, eventually, causing headaches.

Dr. Ryan Song's Take

"I believe in the power of self-healing. I'd love to help you by providing all the knowledge, tools & equipment that you need. So, you can treat yourself!"

Busy Bees are most likely...

  • You sometime feel temples are pounding or the pain is all over the head; even migraines

  • Your mind is on overdrive whether it's from relationship, work, or personal matters.

  • Responsibility, stress, the sense of urgency, and feeling of helplessness trigger headaches and it comes with stiff neck and shoulder.

  • Your sleep is bothered with thoughts after thoughts- difficult to fall asleep. You wake up in the middle of the nights, sometimes difficult to go back to sleep.

  • You try multiple gadgets and gizmos for relaxation all the time.

  • You probably had several X-Rays, CT scans, and MRI. Doctors do not know why you have headaches.

Common pain patterns...

In most cases, headaches for busy bees are due to overwork and responsibilities. So we will help you in a few ways:

  • Educate you about the emotional pain and its pattern
  • How to lift the weight off of your shoulders

You are most likely to experience one of the following headache patterns, illustrated below.

Emotional Pain - when you have too much responsibilities, inflexibility, and stubbornness

Emotional pain is pain or hurt that originates from non-physical sources. Sometimes this emotional distress is the result of the actions of others. Other times, it might be the result of regret, grief, or loss. In other cases, it might be the result of an underlying mental health condition such as depression or anxiety. No matter what the cause, this psychological pain can be intense and significantly affect many different areas of your life.

In your case, we suspect that it's from responsibilities, inflexibility, and stubbornness. Such emotions usually manifest in stiffness in the neck & shoulder and headaches.



Do you grind teeth at night? Or sloutching posture? Any whiplash injuries?

Trapezius Muscles

Mental stress makes this muscle stiffen up like a rock.

You have stiffness in those muscles? You will have headaches just like red dots. Headaches worsen with activity of those muscles or mood swings.

So here's how to treat it.

You will have to reverse-engineer it. Massage the heck out of all the 'X'. Once the tension releases, you will experience less or no pain in the neck & headaches with the increase in range of motion.

Or we need to go on a vacation. It does not have to be a get away, but a coffee place down the street where you can relax for 10 minutes. Just 10 minutes. Can we do that?

Woodpeckers usually struggle with...

  • For Busy Bees, when someone is "in their head" too much of the time, it results in "somatic complaints" such as headaches, ulcers, muscle tension, and even back problems. Basically, emotions take over the body to cause headaches. Overthinking can be detrimental to our physical and emotional health

  • During times of stress, your body is doing its best to maintain homeostasis or balance. It is trying to work efficiently, while attempting to reduce the effects of stress. This means it uses greater quantities of specific nutrients to stay in balance.

  • Nutrients depleted when stressed or too busy such as complex carbohydrates, proteins (tryptophan, phenylalanine and tyrosine, theanine) Vitamin C, Vitamin B, Magnesium, and Selenium.

All headaches types:

Maybe we miscalculate your result. Would you like to give it another try? Otherwise, go to 'Action Plan' to start your journey!