Author: Dr. Thuraia Owais

Can Caffeine Worsen Fibromyalgia Symptoms?

Have you ever dealt with unexplainable pain all over your body that makes it difficult to function? Are you tired of waking up every morning feeling like you've been hit by a truck? Do you feel like you're life is wasting away due to fibromyalgia? Are you sick of explaining why you're always in pain […]

Relief After Trying One of the Best Vertigo Remedies: Read The Patient Story

Have you been experiencing Meniere's Disease symptoms off and on for years? Do you despise nausea, hearing loss, or balance issues that come with your condition? Are you desperate to join family vacations or do house chores without worrying about a sudden episode? Do you yearn for the day when you can finally feel empowered, […]

Iron Deficiency: A Possible Trigger of Worse Migraine Headaches

Addressing your iron deficiencies can contribute to reduced migraine episodes. Upper cervical care can also provide long-term migraine relief.

Fibromyalgia and Its Connection to Your "Second Brain"

Did you know humans have a "second brain"? That's right, a second brain! And you would never have guessed where it's located: the gut. Researchers refer to it as the enteric system. It has gained its popular moniker thanks to the gut-brain connection. And it is an important factor considered when planning to combat fibromyalgia's […]

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