Month: February 2019

Unlocking the Mystery Behind TMJ Disorders (TMD)

The TMJ (temporomandibular joint), is one of the more complex joints in the body. Acting as both a hinge and a slide joint, it is no wonder that this complex joint is the center point of a number of painful conditions. If you are suffering from a TMJ disorder (TMD), what do you need to […]

3 Natural Ways to Try and Conquer Migraines

If you suffer from migraines, you are probably willing to try just about anything to get rid of them. Doctors usually have an arsenal of prescription medications to recommend. However, these have varying degrees of success from person to person. Even if the medication helps a little, you may find that the side effects outweigh […]

Why Migraines Are a Sensitive Topic

You would think that 39 million Americans getting migraines is enough to prevent the stigma attached to the condition. However, this is not the case. As a result, a person who gets migraines may view this neurological condition as a sensitive topic. How can you help your loved one to cope? Here are some tips […]

The Do’s and Don’ts for TMJ Disorders

When your TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is normal, it’s easy to take jaw function for granted.  The temporomandibular joints move the jaw to open and close the mouth while chewing, talking, yawning and other motions. They endure a significant amount of pressure during these activities. As a result, they are vulnerable to problems within the joint […]

The Telltale Signs that You Have Vertigo (and a Natural Relief for It)

Vertigo becomes more common the older a person gets. In fact, if you are over 40, you have about a 1 in 3 chance of getting vertigo. While it is not a condition on its own, about half of people never find out the underlying cause of their vertigo. Therefore, most of the information you […]

Surprising Headache Triggers and How to Find Natural Help

Headache Triggers If you suffer from chronic headaches, you may realize that there are a number of factors that can set the next episode in motion. Since triggers vary from person to person, it is important to learn yours. Some are avoidable, and others will at least give you a warning that there is a […]

Vertigo and Your Neck – Solution to a Debilitating Condition

Vertigo is a type of dizziness that experienced as a false sense of movement.  A person experiencing a vertigo episode may feel like they are spinning or the environment around them is spinning.  The term vertigo describes this specific sensation. It isn’t a diagnosis or condition in and of itself. Rather, vertigo is a symptom […]

Migraines and Inflammation

Migraines are a very common condition. In fact, if you don’t suffer from migraines yourself, it is likely that you know someone who does. About 39 million people in the United States suffer from migraines. Around the world, the total number is around 1 billion. That’s a lot of people who are searching for a […]

The Top 10 Migraine Triggers – Is Yours on This List?

Researchers are at a loss as to what causes migraines or how to stop them from happening. While there are some medications that mitigate symptoms, there are a ton of downsides including things like side effects and the potential for dependence. As a result, many physicians are now encouraging patients to keep a migraine journal […]

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