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What to Do When Food isn’t the Migraine Trigger

Migraines are more than just a bad headache. How they come and go has puzzled doctors and scientists alike. Believe it or not, migraines happen to be one of the most misdiagnosed and least understood health issues. Additionally, there are no official migraine tests....

The 4 Common Reasons You Get Migraines

Living with migraines is challenging. Because of this, turning to simple fixes is tempting. Everybody is different. Discovering why you suffer — and what makes you better or worse — is extremely important. Many people find it is one or a combination of these four...

How to Break the Daily Migraine Cycle Naturally

How to Break the Daily Migraine Cycle Naturally Pain relievers and prescription drugs can make migraines worse. They’re a temporary solution to a long-term problem, and users often experience negative side effects. Natural migraine solutions are a better alternative....

Food Intolerances Can Cause Migraine Pain

Is Food Causing Your Migraines? It might be. Research tells us certain foods are major migraine triggers. In fact, the ideal diet for migraineurs as well as for the rest of the world is full of fresh fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins. Processed foods aren’t good...

Gluten – A Four Letter Word For Migraineurs

The Sticky Link Between Gluten and Migraines Gluten has become a bad word in America, but few people truly understand why. Today, we look at what gluten is, why people have a sensitivity to it, and how it can affect migraines. What is gluten? Why do some people have...

The Migraine-Anxiety Connection

What You Should Know About the Anxiety and Migraine Connection and What To Do About It. Mental health issues are common — 40 million adults suffer from anxiety in the United States. Thankfully, talking about depression and anxiety is becoming less taboo. Approximately...

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