Neuromodulation is the fancy medical term given to a device that alters your nerves. Migraines are frequently considered a neurological disease, so scientists have endeavored to modulate or work on the nervous system to determine if migraineurs would benefit from this kind of treatme
I have worked with migraineurs for many years, and one of the most common questions I get asked, is: "Why do I always crave salt or sugar after a migraine attack?" This article will help you understand why.
Many female migraineurs have reported that their menstrual cycle is a trigger to their migraine attacks. While rare, some women may actually have a condition called menstrual migraine, which is characterized by migraine attacks directly linked to the menstrual cycle.
90% of self-diagnosed sinus headaches are migraines, but there are some tell-tale signs of a sinus headache that are rarely, if ever, associated with migraines. Now that we are in the full swing of allergy season, it’s time to take a closer look at the relationship between sinus head
Preventing migraines may seem like a fluke. I bet you feel more exhausted after each attack, am I right? The key to really treating migraines is to follow these guidelines to prevent or reduce attacks.