Month: November 2016

BPPV: Natural Help for the Most Common Cause of Vertigo

If you experience vertigo episodes, you're far from alone. A recent study shows that almost 70 million Americans have experienced some form of vestibular dysfunction. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is the most common vestibular disorder. Also, it is responsible for about half of all dizziness and vertigo symptoms in people over the age of […]

Understanding Neck Pain

For some people, neck pain is a common occurrence. In fact, chronic pain afflicts 100 million Americans according to the American Academy of Pain Medicine.  Of that 100 million, approximately 15 million are experiencing neck pain. Do you wake up in the morning with neck pain and struggle with it throughout the day? If so, you will […]

Vertigo: A Main Symptom of Meniere’s Disease

  One of the most common symptoms of Meniere’s disease is vertigo (the sensation that a person or the objects around him are spinning). Meniere’s is also known for the following: A feeling of fullness in the ear Tinnitus – ringing in the ears Loss of hearing in the affected ear that may become permanent […]

Vertigo - Finding Natural Relief is Possible

Vertigo is the false sensation that everything is spinning. It is a common condition that affects people around the world. Up to 10% of people under 40 experience vertigo and 40% of people over 40 have to deal with this disorder. Over the past decade, 2.5% of ER visits were due to vertigo. The false […]

How to Get Natural Relief for Migraine Headaches

Migraines are a debilitating neurological disorder. Those that suffer from them are always looking for ways to decrease their severity. We will mention a few things a person can do by themselves and also what we can do to help. A Migraine Journal Some everyday habits may trigger a migraine, and a person may not […]

A Natural Relief for Headaches Caused By Exertion

Headaches have different types, and doctors are unsure about the exact triggers for exertional headaches or head pain due to exercise. What they do know is that this kind of pain happens during or after continual or strenuous exercise. What Causes Exertional Headaches? The kinds of exercise that are particularly associated with exercise headaches include […]

Proof That Fibromyalgia Can Be Reversed

Fibromyalgia According to the Merck Manual, fibromyalgia is among the most common conditions that cause musculoskeletal pain. Symptoms range from an achy feeling to severe pain. In addition, it brings the following debilitating symptoms: pain or tenderness that increases with fatigue cognitive problems (memory and concertation) irritable bowel syndrome fatigue difficulty sleeping anxiety and depression […]

Vertigo: Why Does It Happen?

A person who is having the sensation of dizziness may not be sure if it is actually vertigo or simply disequilibrium. Vertigo is the feeling that the person himself is spinning or that the things around him are spinning when neither is actually moving. Disequilibrium is the feeling of being off balance. The person feels […]

How Playing Sports May Lead to Migraines

Trauma-Triggered Migraines This kind of migraine is brought about by some sort of mild injury to the head. It can cause a temporary disturbance of brain function. Children and young adults are common sufferers. The symptoms of this type of migraines are: Visual disturbances (temporary blindness) Unconsciousness Headache Nausea Vomiting The symptoms last from 1-10 […]

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