Headache

Carolyn Gretton

GERD: A surprising cause of chronic headache

If you suffer from chronic headaches, you’ve probably gone down every avenue trying to uncover the cause and find relief. But for millions, the answers remain elusive. But you may have been looking for relief from the wrong body part, now that researchers have found a trigger within the gastrointestinal system…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

3 reasons you should be taking CoQ10 right now

If you’re not taking CoQ10, you’re missing out on one powerful nutrient. In fact, the power of Coenzyme Q10 is found in its ability to generate energy in every cell of your body. That’s why the supplement socks a serious punch to your health. Here are three big benefits of CoQ10 you can’t miss…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Prickly pear: The cactus fruit that lowers cholesterol

Cholesterol issues are so common researchers spend a lot of time and energy looking for ways to help, especially since the standard treatment comes with problems of its own. They’ve found one you can put to use after a trip to the market, and you might be excited to learn it tastes like a cross between all-natural bubble gum (if indeed there is such a thing) and watermelon!

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Biofeedback found beneficial for headaches, incontinence and stroke recovery

Once considered a new age therapy, like many people I was a little skeptical about what biofeedback could do for my headaches. Boy, was I pleasantly surprised. Now, a new study has taken a deeper look at biofeedback and proven its worth for two other difficult-to-treat conditions…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

6 hidden headache triggers (slideshow)

There is a way to stop most headaches before they start and it can be as simple as changing the foods you eat. Here are the six foods that could be causing your headaches.

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Here is a method helping migraine sufferers everywhere

Migraines=misery. After an exhaustive review of more than 180 studies on migraines and diet, researchers at the University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center were able to identify four of the most likely dietary triggers — and what to eat for relief.