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A friend of mine gets migraine headaches about twice a month--one around ovulation and one when her period begins.
After suffering Migraine for 45 years and having tried every single thing offered, I finally discovered something that has calmed some of the pain.
The Brahmari Pranayama imitates the sound of a humming bee during it’s exhaling phase. It thus channelizes breathing through a vibrating state.
Triptans are the relatively new weaponry in the scientists’ arsenal in migraine management and treatment. They work at the neurochemical (serotonin receptor) level. Triptans are not ...
I just received an e-newsletter today from the National Headache Foundation (www.headaches.org) that contained a story on a recent study asserting that the hormonal activity associated ...
I have had severe migraines for probably 10 years now. They began when I started into perimenopause, so my doctors and I believe that they are partly hormonal in nature.
Approximately 1 out of 10 people suffer from migraines, a severe type of headache that may cause throbbing or pounding pain on one or both sides of the head, around the eyes, sinus area ...
I was older than average when I started graduate school, one month before I turned 30. So I thought it was just stress when the headaches started.
I have migraine headaches and I have heard of people keeping a migraine diary. I was wondering how detailed it needs to be to actually help a doctor figure out what might be causing them?
I am looking for some support. I have always gotten migraines, but due to an injury, they are now very frequent. I get 1-2 per week, more during the week of my period.
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