About

Angela A Stanton, PhD

Angela A Stanton, PhD

I am Angela A. Stanton, PhD. I received my doctorate in a field that incorporates several specialties with the focus on neuroscience and the hormones associated with decision-making. The measurement is by economic games and heavy mathematics. My official doctorate is PhD in Neuroeconomics with my dissertation entirely neuroscience. I specialize in hormonal (neurotransmitter) variations of the brain and how those variations change the decisions a person makes. Although I am not an economist in the classical sense by a long shot, I do have a couple of well-known papers that are economics and mathematics. One is very well-known (and quite hated by many neoclassical economists); it was specifically requested by and was published in a special edition of the Revue Française d’Economie translated to French (not by me). This is the English original and here is the French translated published version (kind of fun to see it in French). 🙂

I now focus only on neuroscience and specifically on certain brain functions and irregularities as they relate to chronic pain. You can find my dissertation for sale on amazon  or the original academic published form free at the Journal of Dissertations or part of it in an academic journal published article that was coauthored by my doctoral chair, me and an MD who was present during my experiments (she did not take part in the experiments themselves, only ensured safety). This particular academic paper only represents chapter two of my dissertation.

In the process of my doctoral research many of the experiments I conducted on human volunteers manipulating their neurotransmitters you can find published in academic articles and some are sold on amazon. I am very honored to have been an invited participating author in the Encyclopedia of the Mind. My latest book “Fighting The Migraine Epidemic: How To Treat and Prevent Migraines Without Medicines – An Insider’s View” is available in paperback and e-book for minimal price all over the world–mostly via internet though some stores may also carry it.

I also dabbled into constitutional law as part of my dissertation for human experiments required a published thesis on human rights with respect to experimentation with their body and body parts (my thesis is section 3, chapter 5 “Forfeited Consent: Body Parts in Eminent Domain“). This thesis is now textbook material for law students in some universities (not all). It is a mathematical analysis of justice making process (injustice in this case) and mockery of the justices’ arguments.

New Book Release

Fighting the Migraine Epidemic: Complete Guide. How to Treat & Prevent Migraines Without Medicines is released in both paperback and e-book around the world.

Fighting the Migraine Epidemic: Complete Guide

Fighting the Migraine Epidemic: Complete Guide

Why Migraine?

My doctoral studies did not start out with the goal of understanding migraine (please find AngelaAStantonCV-8-22-2017 in PDF), but they helped me because of two key reasons:

1) My doctorate is multidisciplinary, meaning it requires the understanding of many fields. It taught me to be broad in my vision and stay open-minded to be able to think out of the box and to connect the dots. I have become more of a visionary scientist (I would call that a theorist if there was such in medicine) than a lab scientist. I take advantage of being able to connect dots that are invisible to others.

2) I too am a migraineur so seeing the problem from within allowed me to ask questions that other researchers or doctors cannot think of.

I have discovered the cause of migraines and have been living a migraine and medicine free life for many years now. I am passing on the wisdom to thousands of migraineurs and also to many doctors now all over the world. I have a long list of testimonials posted on my special website to Stanton Migraine Protocol®, which is now the gold standard and only true prevention and treatment for migraines without medicines. Many doctors and even a local hospital now sends migraineurs my way for treatment and there are several doctors in my migraine group to learn what I do.

Member of the following associations:

Although membership associations may not be important for many people I deal with, they are very important because it is their publications that guided me toward understanding the connections between disparate literature to be able to connect them to one coherent understanding of migraines.

American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
International Headache Society (IHS)
The American Diabetic Association (ADA)
The American Physiological Society (APS)
The Society for Neuroscience (SfN)

Current Research

Since my focus is migraines and migraines are so connected to nutrition, my current research is the full understanding of all metabolic processes and to help migraineurs prevent the inevitable type 2 diabetes and the associated metabolic diseases migraineurs end up with. The reasons for the sensitivity to these metabolic disorders is genetic. However, genetics is a probability and not a certainty. The course of one’s life is influenced, but not directed, by her or his genetic predisposition. Therefore, with proper nutrition, migraineurs can reverse and prevent their health condition. What that proper nutrition may be is the focus of my research.

Angela A. Stanton, Ph.D.

6 Responses to About

  1. Ravi Narayan says:

    Hi Angela,
    Firstly than you very much for sharing this very valuable information with the world. A very altruistic and noble act indeed! I am a chronic migraineur and have read your book. My systolic tends to fluctuate between 120-140 … but my diastolic is mostly less than 80. I have tried salt in the last week or so during an onset and it definitely produces immediate results. Sometimes the results are short-term, as in, the symptoms resume after an hour or so … not sure if I have to consume more salt when that happens?
    Ravi Narayan

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    • Hi Ravi,

      Glad to hear that the salt worked for you short term. Salt is not the only thing you need–if it were that simple, this page, my book, and my migraine group would not be needed. Please feel free to join my Facebook migraine group–that is also free–where we (several admins who help) support and help migraineurs. You will learn there what to do.

      Best wishes,
      Angela

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  2. Justine Johnson says:

    Hello Angela
    Thanks to you, I don’t have a migraine! I started getting the occasional migraines monthly and thought I was pre-menopausal. Then in the past four months I had one with every period; 48 hours of pain that sent me to bed and put my life on hold. I have low blood pressure, a very strong fight or flight response, I’m sensitive to loud noise, I have a very healthy, sugar/fructose free diet and five months ago I became a vegetarian (you can see where this is going!). I read your book three weeks ago and brought salt into my life, changed how I drank water… I should have a migraine now and I don’t!!!! A million thank yous! I am SO happy!
    Thank you again
    Justine, New Zealand

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  3. turgiz says:

    Hi Angela, I am a chronic migraineur and I also have Hashimoto’s. Does this mean I cannot benefit from your advice?

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    • Be Healthy says:

      Hi Trugiz,

      Hashimoto’s is iodine sensitivity. It does not affect how much I can help you with your migraines at all. 🙂 There are several migraineurs with whom I work who have Hashimoto’s disease. No problem at all.

      Glad to help you and looking forward to talking with you,
      Angela

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