Vitamin B2, or riboflavin to give it it’s official name, is a vitamin which is vitally important when it comes to keeping the body functioning normally. Not only does it help to produce red blood cells and antibodies, but it … Continue reading
Category Archives: Migraine management
When you’re feeling nauseous, one of the last things you want to do is to eat. It may sound odd, but actually it can be one of the most helpful things you can do.
One of the worst things to wake up to has to be a migraine. Talk about a bad start to the day! But why is waking up to a migraine so common? What are the links that we know of … Continue reading
Acupressure and acupuncture are closely related. Both involve stimulating pressure points along energy lines which run through the body. Both practices stem from ancient Chinese culture. Importantly, both are also used as an alternative treatment for migraine.
Pharmaceutical company Novartis specifically developed a Migraine Care programme for its Swiss-based staff and family members. They analysed the impact of the programme on participants’ management of their migraine conditions after a period of six months.
LED lighting is becoming increasingly common as the go-to form of lighting everywhere. From urban spaces, workplaces, and homes; they can certainly be more energy-efficient, but there are also concerns that LEDs could be affecting our sleep patterns and health. … Continue reading
Migraines have been around for as long as there have been people to have them. Which begs the question; how did our ancestors treat their migraines? They couldn’t take advantage of painkillers, so what did they do? And would we … Continue reading
Both migraines and Alzheimer’s disease are awful conditions, and unfortunately, new research has shown that migraine is “a significant risk factor” for Alzheimer’s disease and all-cause dementia.
If you want to try some complementary therapies to help alleviate your migraines, whether in conjunction with traditional pharmaceutical medications or as a form of pain management on their own, these might be some good ones to try.
A visual migraine and an ocular migraine are two migraine variants which are sometimes confused for one another.