Month: November 2020

Living a Better Life with Meniere’s Disease

In 1861, a French doctor named Prosper Meniere published an article describing a Meniere's disease that made people experience intense dizziness, loss of balance, and ringing in the ears. Meniere was acclaimed for his work to control the spread of cholera during that period. Later in his career, he became the chief doctor for an […]

Migraine: Finding Relief for Head Pain as Old as Time

When people look for migraine relief, they do not realize they are now part of a long chain of human beings who struggle with intense head pain. Migraine is not a new condition nor a recently discovered health concern. It has plagued humanity for millennia. As far back as 1200 B.C., ancient Egyptian writings already […]

Not Just Lightheadedness: Never Take Vertigo Lightly

In 2019, Miss South Africa won the Miss Universe.  Zuzbini Tunzi spoke about leadership, true beauty, and women empowerment during the pageant’s question-and-answer segment. Impressed by her answer, celebrity host and media mogul Oprah Winfrey went on Twitter to congratulate the new beauty queen. In the tweet, Zuzbini got invited to visit a school for […]

How the Old and Young Can Beat Fibromyalgia

As they say, fibromyalgia is an “even break” disease; both young and old can suffer from it. While women are more susceptible to this ailment than men, there are enough cases of this disease in the different age groups to say that it can afflict people of any sex and age.  The best preparation against […]

Bruxism: Why You Clench or Grind Your Teeth

Hollywood A-lister George Clooney has a signature smile that makes his personality stand out on screen. The 59-year old celebrity exudes a relaxed and calm persona that charms people to no end. He uses his pearly whites to project this image in many of his films, including the Ocean’s Eleven franchise and other blockbuster movies […]

How Skilled Hands Give Hope to People with Vertigo

“Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul…and sings the tune without words and never stops at all.”  These words were penned in 1862 by Emily Dickinson, one of America’s greatest and most prolific poets. One can only wonder what was in the mind of the reclusive poet when she wrote this […]

Managing TMJ Dizziness in Just 4 Easy Ways

Country singer LeAnn Rimes skyrocketed to stardom in 1997 for her rendition of the hit song “How Do I Live”.  The song was so successful that it stayed on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for 69 weeks, a record at that time. Even as her career zoomed high, she had to endure bouts of […]

The #1 Step to Migraine Relief: Know Its Root Causes

Migraine is a relatively common word that people use to describe a splitting, intense headache. Yet not many really know the origin of this painful condition. Let’s unlock all the medical terminology and simplify the information. This time, let’s understand how to get migraine relief by knowing its root causes. People who experience migraine and […]

Is Yawning a Symptom of Migraine?

Is yawning a symptom of migraine? Yes, repetitive yawning is one of the possible symptoms of migraines. It frequently happens during a migraine attack. Learn more about common signs and symptoms of migraines including repetitive yawning below and common underlying causes. Common Signs & Symptoms of Migraines Before we look at a safe and natural […]

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