Tag Archives: Migraine management

Why Does Throwing Up Relieve Migraines?

There are many migraine sufferers who find that feeling nauseous forms part of their migraine attacks. In fact 90% of people with migraine have reported feeling nausea as part of their migraine attacks. Not all migraine sufferers who feel nauseous … Continue reading

Fibromyalgia and Migraines

Migraine, as most migraine sufferers know all too well, is one condition which is commonly linked with other medical conditions such as depression, asthma and hypertension (high blood pressure). One condition which is less often mentioned in relation to migraine … Continue reading

Eating More Oily Fish Found to Reduce Migraines

A new study has found that eating a diet which contains a lot of oily fish can help to reduce the number of migraines which sufferers experience – in particular female migraine sufferers. The study was published in the British … Continue reading

Which Forms Of Psychotherapy Can Bring Migraine Relief?

There are plenty of different types of psychotherapy that can be effective in reducing the frequency and/or intensity of migraines. Some of these include: Muscle Relaxation This relaxation can slow down the nervous system, regulate the heart rate, blood pressure, … Continue reading

How Psychotherapy Can Help Migraine Sufferers

Tablets are good, but they aren’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to treating medical conditions. Alternative treatments such as acupuncture, physiotherapy, and much more can be effective in relieving certain conditions. One thing which has proved helpful with … Continue reading

Migraines and A Greater Risk of High Blood Pressure

There are several conditions which have been linked to migraines and one of these is high blood pressure – or hypertension to give it it’s medical name.  Not only can repeated migraine attacks be a sign that you could have … Continue reading

How Dogs Can Help With Migraines

A key thing when it comes to dealing with a migraine attack is being prepared for it. This can include having somewhere dark and quiet ready where you can go until the attack is over; already having drinks, snacks, ice … Continue reading

Migraine and the Menopause

Plenty of things change when it comes time for the menopause. Some of them are more well-known like mood swings and hot flushes, but there are some significant changes which are less often talked out. One of these changes is … Continue reading

Can CoQ10 Help Prevent Migraines?

There are a few different vitamins and nutrients which have been credited with reducing the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks. Magnesium is one, riboflavin is another, and Coenzyme Q10 is a third. Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10 for short, has … Continue reading

The Pros and Cons of Acupuncture for Migraines

Alternative therapies are popular among a lot of migraine sufferers as a means of treating migraines. Not only are they generally less likely to have side effects than pharmaceutical drugs, but many alternative therapies can be taken or conducted alongside … Continue reading