Migraines don’t go away because we put a piece of black tape over the “check engine” light. You must find and fix the underlying issues in order to become free. This article teaches you where to start and why. For at least half a century, it has been known that app
One of the more challenging things about migraines, is figuring out what foods your stomach can tolerate. The wrong foods can cause you additional pain for hours and sometimes, days. It’s common to crave sugar when you’re head feels like it’s ready to explode, but sneaking unhealthy
Cluster headaches are especially prominent in the springtime. The seasonal change in weather is a common trigger. Cluster headaches are often mistaken for allergies or stress because of how they present themselves.
Weak adrenals can supply adequate cortisol levels when the body suffers a little stress, but when you expose the person to major stressors or somebody suffers from PTSD, the adrenals produce very low cortisol levels. With specialized testing, low adrenal function is easily determined.
For those of us who know our triggers, reducing our migraines is easier than it is for those who don’t. It’s easy to overgeneralize the triggers, and to recommend something like eating or avoiding chocolate, for example, but that really is not the best advice for migraineurs. In this
The Biggest “Let Down Headache” Myth Revealed Let down migraines can be draining and exceedingly painful. These headaches generally happen after a sudden release of stress, such as after a long day at the office, or after a particularly stressful situation. The biggest myth is that s
Although let down headaches are more common than people realize, these headaches can be controlled by better understanding the key triggers. A letdown headache is that dreaded pain that comes after a long, hard day of emotional or physical work. The stress is no longer there, but tha
Let Down Headache and Stress Migraine attacks often follow a stressful event. Why? This three-part series will explain, as well as provide ways to help reduce let down headache symptoms. Part one more deeply reveals how stress affects migraineurs. Do any of the following look familia
Low Dopamine Can Lead To Migraine Headaches Among the many issues that can happen when dopamine levels are low– including fatigue, addictive behaviors, mood swings, memory loss, and demotivation – it could also be contributing to your migraine headaches. There are approximately 86 bil
If you’ve read any of my posts, you already know cortisol is a major hormone related to stress and headaches. DHEA is your ‘other’ stress hormone. DHEA is responsible for controlling your blood sugar, your mood and your immunity; And for chronic headache sufferers