Month: May 2020

Cannabis for Fibromyalgia Relief: Does it Work?

Fibromyalgia is a condition identified by fatigue, chronic pain, memory problems, and sleeping difficulty. There are many unknowns concerning the safety and effectiveness of medical cannabis in treating fibromyalgia symptoms. Can fibromyalgia patients benefit from cannabis? Does it actually relieve the pain? Can Medical Marijuana Treat Fibromyalgia Symptoms? Marijuana originates from plants in the Cannabis […]

What to Do — And Not Do — When You Have TMJD

The TMJ—short for temporomandibular joint, links the mandible (the bottom part of the jaw) to the temporal bone of the skull. When the jaw functions normally, there’s no cause to ever worry about it. However, when the TMJ suffers from an issue, then it may lead to loss of range of motion, grinding, popping, pain, […]

What Causes Vertigo While Working Out?

Experiencing vertigo while exercising is never fun to have. Vertigo is just a false feeling of movement. It usually involves a spinning sensation even when you are not moving at all. A person having a vertigo attack often has to deal with sickness, nausea, dizziness, and loss of balance. These symptoms may last for a […]

Meniere's Disease: Why Brain Blood Flow Matters

Meniere's disease stems from a problem within the inner ear that results in a person’s hearing loss and imbalance. It also causes vertigo and often hurts one ear at any time. Over time, it can also affect the other ear, which is the case for up to half of the people with Meniere’s disease. It […]

TMJ Pain Relief: Comparing Painkillers and Natural Care

TMJ pain relief? Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain varies from gentle to severe. Prescription medications are often the go-to care for TMJ pain relief. Doctors recommend them to patients according to pain level and the underlying cause of the problem. But many people grow tired of just taking painkillers for any pain that they are suffering with […]

Migraines & Green Light Therapy: What the Study Discovered

Researchers explored a drug-free way of dealing with chronic pain, specifically chronic migraines. They used green light therapy. Did it achieve success? Let’s find out. There was a 70-year old female patient with chronic migraines that plagued her since she was a child. She said her chronic pain from migraines worsened as she grew older. […]

The Surprising Cause of Back Pain in Postmenopausal Women

Don’t be quick to blame aging. If you’re one of the many women in their postmenopausal years and experiencing back pain, here’s a revelation for you. A recent study found that Vitamin D deficiency links closely with lumbar disc degeneration (LDD) and low back pain (LBP) in postmenopausal women. The said study observed 232 women […]

Answer These Questions to Know If You Have TMD

TMJ means temporomandibular joint. The TMJ connects the lower jaw (mandible) to your skull (the temporal bone) on the side of your head.  Do you feel pain in your jaw area? TMJ disorders (TMD) are sometimes called TMJ syndrome. It is an assortment of painful conditions that cause problems to the muscles of the jaw […]

Working from Home? Here’s How to Avoid Back Pain

The Coronavirus disease (COVID -19) pandemic has drastically changed the way we live our lives in 2020. One of the things it remodeled is our work culture. Remote working is now the new norm for the majority of the people. Working for extended hours in front of a computer can have negative effects. When working […]

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