Author: Dr. Blom

Can a Head Injury Cause Headaches?

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is fairly common in the US. Around 2.8 million cases of TBIs occur in the country each year. Mild TBI (mTBI) is the most prevalent type. It can cause a temporary loss of consciousness, less than an hour of post-traumatic amnesia, headaches and migraines. Quite a lot of patients suffer from […]

Meniere’s Disease Study: Discover What Already Works

Meniere’s disease seems to happen without any warning. It can be very unpredictable. A person with this illness would experience a series of attacks within a short time frame. Then, sometimes, it will not appear again for a prolonged period. In some cases, you may go for years without experiencing any attacks. Meniere’s disease differs […]

Trusted Online Resources for Migraine Awareness and Support

It’s June, which means Migraine and Headache Awareness Month is here again! Are you newly diagnosed with migraines, or have been living with migraines your entire life? There may be times in your life that you feel overwhelmed or isolated because of your condition. You are not alone. Here is a shortlist of trusted online […]

Fact: Improving Spinal Alignment Brings Vertigo Relief

Vertigo is not just having a whirling sensation or dizziness. It is an overwhelming sudden sensation that you or your surrounding area is shaking. In truth, what you may be experiencing is just a false sense of movement. In other words, there is no actual movement. Vertigo is an important matter that needs your attention. […]

10 Life Hacks for People Battling Migraines

Migraine is not your average headache. Like any brain disease, it comes with multiple, devastating symptoms, and there is always the risk of complications. Migraineurs deal with the possibility of an attack at any time of the day, which may result in limited ability to work or care for their family. In short, it has […]

What Is Labyrinthitis (and What Is It Not)?

What is labyrinthitis? What other conditions are commonly confused with labyrinthitis? How can upper cervical chiropractic help provide natural relief from vertigo, one of the primary symptoms of labyrinthitis? We’re going to cover a full spectrum of vertigo issues with the ear, including viruses and vertigo with ear infection.  What Is Labyrinthitis?  Let’s start our […]

My Head is Pounding – Is it a Migraine or Another Type of Headache?

When a bad headache strikes, it’s easy to say you have a migraine.  However, the truth is that there are many types and causes of head pain. Therefore, it’s important to understand which type you’re really experiencing so that you can manage your symptoms effectively. Understanding the Most Common Migraine & Headache Types Cervicogenic headaches […]

Discovering the Path to Natural Vertigo Care

Vertigo is one of the most common symptoms that can afflict a person. If it becomes severe, chronic, or recurring, the effects can be truly debilitating. How can you get to the source of vertigo and put an end to it naturally? We’re about to show you the path that hundreds in case studies have […]

Don’t Fall for These Common Migraine Myths

There are about 39 million people in the US alone who get migraines. It’s about 12% of adults and 10% of kids. So the idea that most people believe a lot of incorrect information about migraines is difficult to conceive and yet is true. We’re going to bust some of the most common migraine myths […]

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