Author: Dr. Weerheim

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 […]

Relieving Sciatica – What Are Your Care Options?

Sciatica features pain anywhere along the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the lone biggest nerve in the body. It starts in the lumbar area (lower back) of the spine and moves through deep within the body. It comes out just below the buttocks and ends immediately above the posterior knee.  Sciatica is not a […]

Popular Home Remedies for Vertigo and How to Find Natural Help

The primary way to identify vertigo is by the false sensation of movement that it causes a person to perceive. You may feel like the room around you is tilting, swaying, or spinning. However, laying down and closing your eyes is not the solution because you will continue to feel like you are moving. This […]

Rare Migraine Types and Their Symptoms

Migraines are neurological in nature and develop due to the increased brain excitability in some of its areas. The results are pounding or throbbing headaches. But in some cases, there is no head pain. Instead, just the presence of several migraine symptoms such as: Dizziness or vertigo Pain on one or both sides of the […]

5 Things that Make Adjusting to Fibromyalgia Easier

Adjusting to fibromyalgia is not easy. Besides the pain, fatigue, and stigma associated with this condition, there are many other symptoms and effects that make adjusting to fibromyalgia a significant life change. Here are five tips to help make the adjustment a little easier for you.  #1 Learn to Manage Your Stress  Once you have […]

What Is Vertigo? Uncovering the Myths

Balance Awareness Week is here, so it is time to tackle some important issues that relate to this topic. We’re going to start out by getting down to the basics. The first question we need to answer is, what is vertigo?  Once we have done that, we can discuss some of the misconceptions that people […]

Explaining the Similar Symptoms Between Migraines and Stroke

Hemiplegic migraines can cause confusing and scary symptoms for a person. The symptoms of these migraines are like stroke in many ways. In fact, the world hemiplegic itself means experiencing paralysis on one side of the body. What are some of the other symptoms of a hemiplegic migraine? Are there other similarities between migraines and […]

How to Cope with Fibromyalgia – The Basics You Need to Know

Fibromyalgia is a condition that is characterized by widespread pain. However, unlike many other pain conditions, inflammation is not the primary cause. Fibromyalgia pain has to do with the way that that the body processes pain, thereby making it more of a neurological condition than a musculoskeletal one. And that also explains why the fibromyalgia […]

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