This is Why Migraineurs Should NEVER Skip A Meal I’ve discussed how sugar impacts migraines in the past, and today’s blog builds off of that. For migraineurs, foods with low glycemic loads are a much better choice than those made up of carbohydrates and other sugars. This is because s
How to Avoid a Halloween Migraine Halloween is one of the most festive, fun-filled times of the year – for young and old alike. From dressing up in creative costumes and attending Halloween parties to indulging in all your favorite candy, it’s the most wonderful time of the year
Food, Stress, and Sleep – The 3 Culprits to Migraine There are many triggers to a migraine, but three of them top the charts in terms of probability. Those are food, stress, and sleep. Avoiding certain foods, managing stress better, and getting regular, good sleep all minimize t
Migraine Treatment Myth Revealed The concept of healing yourself from disease is a touchy subject often known to elicit eye-rolls from many well-respected medical professionals. After all, healing yourself is just another migraine myth and defeats the purpose of a doctor, right? Our e
Are Migraines Genetic? It’s a common question. Migraine sufferers have been the subject of scientific studies for decades. So far, science has determined that a defect or mutation in several genes leads to migraine susceptibility. But genetic mutations don’t create migraines; they ma
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.
Every migraineur has a different migraine experience with any number of triggers; however, the most common trigger in every sufferer is food. It’s a jungle out there, with grocery stores and food suppliers piling up the goodies filled with the poison that has declared war on your body
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