Month: March 2020

Top 9 Ways to Boost Immune System Naturally & Avoid Viruses

With the COVID-19 pandemic spreading across the globe and throughout America, many people are wondering how they can boost their immune system. While we want to be sure to follow all the instructions the CDC is providing us on how to prevent the spread of this coronavirus, we also want to protect ourselves from future […]

Dizziness and Fibromyalgia: What’s the Link?

People who have fibromyalgia often experience dizziness. Let us investigate to understand why dizziness and fibromyalgia often go hand in hand. Furthermore, we will find practical, proven, and straightforward ways to care for these conditions. Upper cervical chiropractors have been dealing with dizziness and related conditions that cause it. Dizziness is a mixture of varying […]

Chronic Neck Pain Do’s and Don’ts

The things we do every day are often at the root of neck pain. We are going to look at some things that you can start doing right now to reduce the amount of neck pain that you experience. We will also consider several things to stop doing that could be underlying factors in chronic […]

Natural Migraine Help: Triggers, Risk Factors, and a Case Study

Migraine is one of the most common health concerns that people face today, and it is undoubtedly the most prolific neurological condition with more than 39 million sufferers in the US alone. If you get migraines, how can you identify and avoid some of the most common triggers? What are some of the risk factors […]

Jaw Pain During Pregnancy: Possible Causes and Relief

Jaw pain during pregnancy? Pregnant women experience a lot of changes during their pregnancy, especially jaw pain on one side during pregnancy. They undergo a lot of physical and hormonal changes. Bleeding gums, for example, is their regular complaint, which may create an opening for infections. Also, women are more vulnerable to infections during pregnancy […]

Understanding Injury-Related Headaches Better

Migraines and headaches quickly develop after a head injury or trauma. In some instances, these headaches only appear long after an original injury happens.  MTBI or mild traumatic brain injury happens more often than most people believe. Each year, in the United States alone, about 1.4 million new cases of traumatic brain injuries happen. Furthermore, […]

When is Back Pain an Emergency? The 5 Telling Signs

Back pain usually goes away after a few days. Hence, it is generally not an emergency case. However, if you are still experiencing backaches even after taking remedies and medication, then it should be a cause for concern. They can be a sign of something worse. In this case, they might indicate a medical emergency […]

Tension Headache Triggers & How to Find the Natural Help You Need

Tension headaches are the most common form of headache that a person can get. Not only do tens of millions of people experience tension headaches, but many have chronic headaches – 15 or more days per month with symptoms. What triggers a tension headache? How can you get natural help for your headaches, especially if […]

11 Migraine Relief Drinks to Ease Migraine Pain

Migraine relief drinks? Previously we created a list of foods for migraines in a previous post. This time, we will be discussing drinks that can help with headaches to give you more migraine relief alternatives. Try these drinks for your migraines for a more refreshing and relaxing way to feel better.  Not All Headaches Are […]

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