The daily habit that eases migraine, depression, anxiety and sleep loss
Migraines, depression, sleep loss and anxiety can fast become an endless cycle that seems to have no end. Medications may work for some, but especially when it comes to migraines, the side-effects can rival the pain. But there’s one daily habit that might provide the relief you need…
Brain anomaly discovered that could be responsible for migraine
Once thought to be caused by blood vessels in the head, researchers now believe migraine is a neurological disorder involving nerve pathways and brain chemicals. Whatever the cause, effective treatment would be a huge relief for many. One research team has zeroed in on a particular brain chemical that could be involved in migraine onset… […]
How I’m beating the migraine trigger I didn’t know I had
Light is connected to migraine in more ways than one. Anyone who suffers from them knows that during an attack light is like salt on a wound. Light hurts and makes a migraine worse. But light can also be a trigger. When I changed the light in my life, I also changed how migraine affected my life.
The biological reason most drugs don’t relieve pain in women
Functional pain refers to pain that occurs without injury. Migraines and fibromyalgia fall into this category. Turns out more women suffer this kind of pain and now we know why. For starters, a female hormone acts on sensory pain receptors and may ramp up that stimuli. To make matters worse, certain pain treatments can kick it into high gear.
The green light to cut your migraine days in half
One in four American households includes someone who suffers from migraines, and more than 90 percent of sufferers are unable to function normally during their attacks. Treatments have included drugs that don’t always help and advice on avoiding triggers. Thanks to research into the effect of light on migraine, there’s new hope…
Use yoga to cut your migraine frequency in half
Migraines are incredibly common. These debilitating headaches affect somewhere between 38 to 50 million Americans… possibly even more. And only half of sufferers experience any relief from migraine medications. Luckily, there may be a safe, natural way to ease the pain of serious migraines…