Author: Dr. Weerheim

Is Neck Strain the Same as Whiplash?

Neck strain and whiplash share many similarities. As a result, many associate them with upper neck pain. Notably, studies suggest that these two health concerns refer to the same thing. They often develop when the neck bones and joints get overstretched because of an accident, physical abuse, and contact sports. Do you currently suffer from […]

Why Anxiety and Balance Disorders Often Go Hand in Hand

Anxiety is among the most common emotions of people with balance disorders, especially when they have an episode. Unfortunately, when they feel anxious and stressed out, their symptoms get even worse. They experience increased discomfort and have a harder time coping. Have you ever wondered why this often happens? What’s the connection between anxiety and […]

Light Sensitivity in Migraine Episodes – How Can You Cope?

Suppose you feel throbbing in your head coupled with severe neck pain. At first, you ignore it, thinking that it’s just an ordinary headache. Sadly, a few days later, it comes back with a vengeance. This time, you experience a new sensation: light sensitivity. It completely throws you off, causing you pain even just from […]

4 Basic But Life-Changing Facts About Whiplash Injury

Did you know that about 3 million people suffer from whiplash injury in the US every year? It’s a common injury that happens to rear-end passengers during a car collision. Contrary to popular belief, you can suffer from whiplash even when you’re not speeding along the highway like the stars of the Fast and Furious […]

Answered! Your Top 3 Questions About Meniere’s Disease

Have you been entertaining a lot of questions regarding Meniere’s disease? Now is the chance to get some, if not all, of those answered. This article addresses what this disease is, Meniere’s symptoms, and treatment options. Question #1: What is this condition? Meniere’s disease is more than just your simple inner ear condition. It is […]

List of Natural Hacks to Manage Migraines

No thanks to hectic schedules and heavy workloads, migraines have become common in the population. Often, it causes severe disability, affecting a person’s productivity and concentration.  The intensity and frequency of each episode tend to differ from one person to another. Taking prescribed medication for migraines is usually the first course of action to cope […]

Whiplash and Vertigo: Why They Can Go Hand in Hand

Some people have been in minor accidents that left them dazed, sore, and stiff from whiplash. A few weeks or months later, they dealt with a sudden loss of balance. Out of the blue, they begin to feel like the world wildly spin around them. Unknown to many, there is a connection between whiplash and […]

Vertigo: 7 Triggers and 6 Conditions Associated With It

Vertigo is a type of dizziness that forces you to feel as if your surroundings or you are spinning out of control. Imagine yourself standing outdoors, relaxing, and looking at the beautiful sceneries around you, then suddenly, you feel like you are riding a merry-go-round.  It is how some people experience their vertigo episodes. Vertigo […]

How to Make Your Head Stop Hurting

Headaches are a widespread condition that people of all ages experience regularly. Several kinds of headaches exist, and tension headaches are the most common. Cluster headaches are excruciating and occur in groups or clusters. Migraines, on the other hand, are a moderate to severe kind of problem. It can range from merely uncomfortable to extremely […]

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