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11 Headaches You Can Start Caring for at Home

11 Headaches You Can Start Caring for at Home

Headaches can occur for a vast number of reasons, and are incredibly common; according to the World Health Organization, nearly 1 in 20 adults experience a headache every day. Unfortunately, not all headaches can be remedied with over-the-counter headache medication, water, and a nap – some require more extensive treatment and care. Due to there being over 25 different kinds…read more →

Dehydration Headaches

Most everyone has experienced a headache at least once. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, at least 9 in every 10 adults will experience a headache sometime in their life. While there are many different types of headaches, each with their own probable causes and methods of prevention or treatment, one type that hasn’t been explored thoroughly…read more →

When to Seek Medical Attention for Headaches

Chances are, you’re no stranger to a headache every now and then, and sometimes, they may be so painful that you feel like you won’t be able to go on with your day. While headaches can happen for any number of reasons, it is important to understand when a headache is a signifier of a more life-threatening condition. When an…read more →

Self-Massage Tips for Headache Relief

Massage has numerous benefits that can help with stress, pain, arthritis, anxiety, and headaches. Since headaches can be caused by excessive stress, enjoying a massage can be both a preventive and  palliative treatment for headaches and migraines. But a massage session with a professional massage therapist may not be possible for many reasons, such as time, location, or a lack…read more →

Introducing Cefaly; the First FDA-approved Device for Migraines

Introducing Cefaly for Migraines Migraines are considered the worst type of headache because of the severity of the symptoms involved with each attack – intense throbbing or pulsing pain in one side of the head, nausea and vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to lights and noises, among others. Those who suffer from migraines understandably anticipate and appreciate any effective prevention and…read more →

Focus on Prevention of Migraines

With a migraine attack, even the smallest movement of your little toe can seem to cause great pain. Migraines are famous for making activities like shaving, bathing, and even combing your hair hurt like heck! In reality, however, the pain is all in your head – literally. Shift in Focus Scientists are shifting their focus from treating migraine attacks to…read more →

Why and What of Complementary Migraine Treatments

Migraines are considered the worst type of headache. Fortunately, these severe headaches can be effectively managed with the right combination of medications, lifestyle changes, and complementary treatments. Of all these treatment options, the wide range of complementary treatments is gaining traction among migraine patients for good reasons. These options are natural (i.e., non-drug) and, thus, with less side effects and…read more →

Weather Triggers and Migraine Headaches

Have you noticed that many of your migraine headache attacks are related to weather conditions? This is not surprising – in a National Headache Foundation survey, 3 out of 4 respondents reported weather as one of their migraine triggers. Fortunately, while the weather is something that no ordinary mortal can control, you can still control the coping mechanisms. What Are…read more →

Come Read And Get To Know Cluster Headaches

Cluster headaches may be the least common type of headache – tension headaches and migraines beat it to the punch – with a prevalence of less than 1 in 1,000 persons but it is just a pain in the neck, so to speak. Medical Definition In medical circles, cluster headaches refer to headaches that recur over a period wherein the…read more →

Drinking Tea, Chasing Away Headaches

Let’s learn a lesson or two from the British. During times of stress, aches and even injury, the British usually put the kettle on, bring the teabags out, and enjoy the healing effects of a cup of tea. Scientific Support The British fascination – many will call it obsession – with afternoon tea has now gained scientific support. Tea has…read more →