The European Headache and Migraine Trust International Conference (EHMTIC) is a conference that takes place every two years and showcases the big breakthrough ideas when it comes to managing and treating migraines, including a new treatment known as Vagal Nerve … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2016
Researchers have discovered that if a child had colic as a baby then that child has an increased probability of migraines later on in life.
In 2002 Sergey Dzugan and Konstantine Dzugan put forward the hypothesis that migraine is the result of a loss of neurohormonal and metabolic integrity. In other words, migraines were caused by things such as an imbalance of calcium and magnesium, … Continue reading
Research suggests that, despite it being generally accepted that eating chocolate could give you a migraine, it might not really be the big migraine enemy most people think it is.
If you can’t take anymore of your pain medication (beware the medication-overuse headache) but you still have a migraine, then this easy recipe for an anti-migraine drink might help.
You’ve probably heard of them but might not be sure what they do exactly. So, what are electrolytes? What do they do? Why do we need them? And how can we get more?
If you’re aged around your early to mid 40s and a woman you might well have found that your migraines have been getting more intense and regular. As if they weren’t bad enough to begin with. You might have wondered … Continue reading
We’re fairly used to migraines having very few upsides, if any, but according to a study carried out thanks to support from the National Cancer Institute, there may be at least one positive side effect. It’s a widely … Continue reading
On the whole most migrainers are open to trying alternative treatments if there is good evidence out there showing its success. If it’s an effective method for managing or preventing migraines then it doesn’t matter too much whether it’s all-natural … Continue reading