Migraines affect approximately 37 million Americans. This post reviews some of the literature about chiropractic care and migraine treatments, side effects, and recommendations of what you can do to reduce migraines at home.
Adrenal fatigue syndrome (AFS) is the result of exposure to chronic stress. The adrenal glands release cortisol and other hormones during stress. Increased cortisol levels wear down the glands, causing a trickling effect of poor health.
When something bad happens to us, we usually ask ourselves the same question, "why?” Why is this happening to me? Why can’t I feel better? Why do none of the treatments work? Most modern doctors are going to tell you that there is no known cure for migraine.
This article reviews the top three acute and preventive medications for migraines, along with their side effects as well as some alternative options that have been used by my patients, and many others around the world, with success.
Migraines are not just a problem in adults. Migraines in children and teens can occur as well, although they appear to experience them a little differently. Learning coping mechanisms and healthy treatment options will be beneficial.
Recent studies do point to evidence that migraines are neurological in nature, so seeing a neurologist would seem like the next best choice; however, there is still a widespread belief that migraines are vascular, or neither.
There is some indication that Botox injections are beneficial in the treatment and prevention of these debilitating, pulsating, and throbbing headaches. However, before we jump the gun and apply a “cure all” to every migraineur, I want to review some of the facts about Botox and how