Category Archives: migraine causes

Screen Time Migraines and How To Guard Against Them

With working from home being the new normal for many, and large-scale socialising in public banned and being replaced with online meet-ups using the likes of Zoom and Skype, it’s hardly surprising that our daily screen time has hugely increased. … Continue reading

Spring, Hay Fever, and Migraines

The coming of spring is much needed after the chill and dark days of winter, but despite the warmer weather and brighter days, for migraine sufferers it’s not all good news. The arrival of spring can mean the coming of … Continue reading

Why do I Have Migraines on the Weekend?

A migraine is wholly unwelcome at any time, but when it always hits just as the weekend starts and ruins your precious time off it’s especially horrible. It’s not just bad luck though, there’s a reason that you might regularly … Continue reading

Could A Magnesium Deficiency Be Making Your Migraines Worse?

There are a variety of different factors which might make someone more likely to suffer from migraines. For example, you are more likely to suffer from migraines if you are; female, if you suffer from depression, if your family has … Continue reading

What Are The Different Migraine Types?

Understanding migraines – what they are, what causes them, and what can be done about them – is hard enough at the best of times. It’s even harder though when there are so many variations of migraine which you might … Continue reading

Migraine Increases As A Result Of Coronavirus

We already know the devastating havoc which catching the coronavirus can result in. Reduced lung capacity, fever, difficulty breathing – the illness is incredibly serious. It’s not just the catching the virus itself that is causing people damage though. The … Continue reading

The Difference Between Male and Female Migraine Triggers

Migraines affect approximately one in every seven people around the world, but migraines do not affect both sexes equally. Migraines affect three-times as many women as men, and it is thought that this higher prevalence in women is largely hormonally-driven. … Continue reading