Migraine sufferers might find a recent release from Johns Hopkins University Press of interest.
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When someone you know suffers from migraines, it can be hard to know what you can do to help. You can’t stop their pain, as much as you want to, but you still want to do something to help them … Continue reading
Although changing your diet may not be the answer to getting rid of your migraines completely, there have been many studies which suggest that eating certain foods could help to reduce migraine intensity and frequency.
Although Botox is most commonly thought of as a cosmetic surgery treatment designed to smooth out wrinkles, for some migraine sufferers it is their treatment of choice for reducing the number of migraine attacks they experience.
If you’re hoping to start a family, suffering from migraines shouldn’t be something to hold you back. Having said that, the idea of going without your migraine medication is an idea that would fill most migraine sufferers with dread. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
Cheese is amazing. Who doesn’t love cheese? On toast, on pizza, on pasta, plain on it’s own, or turned into cheese scones. It’s great stuff. Unless you suffer from migraines. In which case it can be an evil food stuff … Continue reading
For centuries migraines have been wrongly considered to be a psychological manifestation of a woman’s inability to manage stress and their emotional state, although luckily nowadays the general population knows this is not the case. Back then though, migraines were … Continue reading
According to research, 60-70% of women who experience migraines without aura see a decrease in intensity and frequency after the first trimester (first three months) of their pregnancy – especially those who find that their migraines are linked to their … Continue reading
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