Author: Dr. Kiefer

NUCCA Chiropractic: A Natural Solution for Tension Headaches

Do you find yourself constantly suffering from tension headaches or TTH? Days that should be beautiful suddenly feel ruined because of the nagging pain in your head? If you're one of the many people who experience tension headaches, you know how debilitating they can be. But have you considered natural solutions to manage this pain? […]

Dizziness and Changes in Gait: Why Do They Occur Together?

Do you experience dizziness and gait changes? Are you scared that these signs and symptoms might indicate a serious health concern? Have you canceled numerous plans with your loved ones because of such health concerns? Are you feeling more and more hopeless with your situation?   Indeed it can be quite alarming to experience both dizziness […]

Beating Migraines Through Natural Ways: Is It Possible?

Most of the time, migraine attacks can make it practically impossible to function normally. It’s also a great way to ruin a perfectly planned day. Sometimes the pain gets so debilitating that many people living with migraines want immediate relief. Reaching for pain relief medications is a typical response of people with migraines. Other people […]

Safe Vertigo Remedies for Teenage Girls

Vertigo is a symptom that often causes one to feel dizzy and unsteady. It can affect teenagers and adults alike, but it's prevalent in women. While vertigo is most likely due to an injury or illness, many other conditions cause dizziness in teenage girls. If you are a teen experiencing vertigo or dizziness that is […]

Too Much Screen Time Can Increase The Risk Of Migraine

Over the years, mobile phones have been our constant companion wherever we go. Looking at the screen every so often has been a regular thing. On top of that, some of us spend long hours staring at computer screens, watching TV, and maybe even using tablets daily. Did you know that many Americans checks their […]

Are Vertigo and Motion Sickness Related?

Are you one of those who experience uncomfortable dizzy spells? If you deal with loss of balance, nausea, or dizziness, even if you are just standing up, you are probably experiencing vertigo. But if you feel the said symptoms while traveling or in a moving vehicle, that is likely to be motion sickness. You can […]

Exertional vs. Tension Headaches: Similarities & Differences

Headaches are, without a doubt, among the leading health complaints in the US. Statistics from the World Health Organization show that about 50 to 75 percent of American adults report headaches. A significant fraction of these cases happen because of migraines, causing people to visit a chiropractor for migraines. On the one hand, others develop […]

Minimizing Risk for Injuries During a Vertigo Attack

Recently, reality TV star Teddi Mellencamp shared her latest health scare on social media. The 40-year-old beauty shared a photo of her cut lips and battered face that resulted from fainting due to vertigo. In her photo caption, she urged her followers to share tips on vertigo relief. Vertigo attacks aren’t usually a cause for […]

What Colored Light Can Help with Migraines?

If you have migraines, you should know by now that bright, pulsating lights are one of those things to stay away from. These flashing lights may be pretty for some but means trouble for a person with migraines. More often than not, they trigger episodes that can intensify symptoms like pain on top of the […]

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