Month: July 2017

5 Things You Can Do to Prevent Back Pain Naturally

Back pain happens almost to everyone. The best thing to do is to avoid it in the first place. However, research indicates 80% of people will deal with back pain at some point. Certainly, you may not be able to avoid an occasional soreness. Yet, there are some measures you can do to help keep […]

Finding the Right Kind of Help for Meniere’s Disease

Meniere’s disease is a rare (0.2% prevalence) vestibular condition that causes severe tinnitus, vertigo, and can lead to hearing loss. While there is no cure for this syndrome, there are a number of treatments and alternative therapies that are used to control symptoms. Let’s take a closer look at 5 such methods of care. Medication […]

Recently Diagnosed with Fibromyalgia? – Read this Article!

After receiving a diagnosis of a chronic illness such as fibromyalgia, a person may feel some conflicting emotions. Because it's time-consuming to get a diagnosis, it gives a sense of relief to finally know what is wrong. At the same time, you may wonder what the next step in learning to cope with your illness […]

Lower Back Pain: Just How Common Is It? Learn Through This Blog

If you suffer from lower back pain, not only are you not alone, you’re in the majority! About 80% of people will experience a bout of lower back pain at some point in life. However, many deal with the condition chronically. In fact, it is the most common cause of disability in the world. A […]

Is Stress Behind Your Neck Pain?

Neck pain is a common problem in western society. Is it stress, our jobs, technology, or something else that is causing the issue? It’s interesting the way people “store” stress when it occurs, especially since men, women, and children all handle stress differently. According to one doctor, this is where people store their stress: Men […]

Puberty’s Effect on Migraines in Teen Girls

According to the Migraine Research Foundation, about 10% of children suffer from migraines. While adult females with migraines outnumber adult males 3 to 1, for children, boys often have more migraines than girls. The changeover to girls with migraines outnumbering boys seems to coincide with puberty. A recent study published by the International Headache Society […]

What Is Central Vertigo and How to Correct It

Vertigo is the feeling that the room is spinning or moving when no actual movement is taking place. It can also feel like motion sickness. The difference between central and peripheral vertigo is that central vertigo finds its cause in the central nervous system – usually the brainstem. Peripheral vertigo is related to the ear […]

Why Do Migraines Seem to Run in Families? Here's The Reason Why

Migraines have a strong tendency to run in families. Approximately 90% of migraine sufferers have a family history of the condition. Does that mean that they are a genetic condition that is inherited? While the underlying cause of the condition remains unclear, a recent study addressed a genetic anomaly that can predispose a person to […]

Fibromyalgia – Lifehacks for Dealing with Your Daily Chores

When a person is suffering from fibromyalgia, normal daily tasks can seem like giants that need to be slain. One big task is keeping up with housecleaning. We’re going to provide a few tips on how to get this chore done despite the pain, but we’ll finish by considering a natural therapy that has helped […]

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