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.
Stress is one of the most common triggers for migraines, but coming down from stress can be just as bad as the stress itself. The researchers at Montefiore Headache Center are still trying to figure out the reasons for letdown migraines; however, a possible explanation is that cortiso