Month: November 2018

Migraine Myth-Busting: 7 Most Misunderstood Migraine Facts

Migraines are perhaps one of the most misunderstood health conditions.  Most people don’t realize that migraines are a neurological disorder that can be incapacitating for those who suffer from them.  According to the Migraine Research Foundation, migraines are the 3rd most prevalent and 6th most disabling illness in the world and over 1 billion people […]

The Powerful Effect of Migraines on Society

Migraines are more than just a severe headache. They are a neurological condition that includes many painful and debilitating symptoms. However, you may not realize just how much of an impact migraines have on the ones who are afflicted, their families, and even the economy. Here are some shocking statistics that reveal how far-reaching they […]

Understanding Sciatica and the Secret to Lasting Relief

Sciatica describes a specific type of pain that happens when the sciatic nerve becomes irritated or inflamed.  The sciatic nerve is the single largest nerve in your body. It forms from nerve roots that branch off of the spinal cord in the lower back. Then, it travels through the buttock into the back of the […]

Important Tips for Living with Vertigo (and Conquering It)

Restrictive diets, medications that are riddled with side effects, and invasive surgeries with dangerous consequences. Are these the vertigo treatments being suggested by your doctor? If you are ready to get vertigo under control without all the risks, this article is for you. We’re going to consider some natural ways to conquer vertigo, concluding with […]

What to Do When Your Vertigo Is a Vestibular Migraine Symptom

Do you often feel like the room is spinning, even if you lay down and close your eyes? Severe bouts of vertigo can cause all sorts of issues from nausea and vomiting to serious falls and injuries. For many people who suffer from vertigo, the issue is actually in the central nervous system. For example, […]

How to Know When It’s a Migraine

Do you experience moderate to severe headaches on a regular basis? Have you ever wondered if your headaches may actually be migraines? We’re going to take a closer look at some symptoms that may help you to identify your problem as a neurological condition, rather than just run of the mill headaches. Please, keep in […]

Migraine Home Remedies and Natural Therapy

If you are one of the 39 million or more migraine sufferers in the US, or among the 12% of adults around the world who deal with this condition, you may be tired of spending money on traditional and alternative remedies that lead to disappointing results. We’re going to discuss some of the popular home […]

Everything You Need to Know About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is the more common name of the condition myalgic encephalomyelitis. If you have this painful and fatiguing condition, what do you need to know in order to break free from it? Perhaps you feel disappointed in both traditional and homeopathic remedies that didn't produce much results. Let’s take a closer look […]

The Neurological and Vascular Origins of Migraines

What everyone seems to know most about migraines is that they cause a severe and throbbing headache (most of the time). However, there are a ton of other symptoms that contribute to how debilitating they are. Besides the pain, there is nausea (with the potential for vomiting), sensory sensitivities, dizziness, and more. Whether your episodes […]

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