Why Do the Holidays Make Me Sick? Thoughts on the Aftermath Even when you don’t suffer with migraines or any other chronic disease, the holidays can be tricky. Doing everything right – eat healthy foods, limit alcohol, decrease caffeine intake, exercise, practice stress-coping techni
In this post, we’ll look at the good, the bad, and the ugly truths of simply trying to follow the doctor’s orders. Interestingly, most patients don’t follow a treatment plan because they either forget or misunderstand what the doctor tells them.
Childhood migraines can present with different symptoms than what is seen in adults. Not surprisingly, children who suffer from migraines often do so because a migraine can be the result of a food allergy and/or sensitivity to dairy.
he holidays are upon us, and for many, this is a time of incredible stress and intense migraine attacks. Between the shopping, cooking, scents, weather changes, and entertainments, it’s no wonder migraines increase during this time of year.
Migraines and Mental Health Concerns: I’m Fighting a Losing Battle Alone Cluster headaches are sometimes referred to as “suicide headaches” because of their persistent, painful nature; however, depression is a comorbid condition in all types of migraines, and suicidal ideation is amo
About 40% of migraineurs have a vestibular dysfunction in addition to their migraines, which means they experience dizziness and imbalance during attacks. Vestibular migraines are also referred to as migraine associated with vertigo, or MAV.
Everything You Need to Know About Migrainosus (Intractable Migraines) Status migrainosus is every migraineur’s nightmare – a migraine that refuses to let up or back down, shifting the condition from debilitating to dangerous. Knowledge is power. Understanding the background, symptoms