Migraine Diary – Why You Should Have One

It is commonly known among doctors that migraine headaches can often have no discernible trigger. Some may come on in conjunction with a woman’s menstrual cycle, while some may be caused by certain foods or beverages. Because migraines can be so difficult to diagnose and treat, it is often helpful for a patient to track … Read more

Magnesium for Migraines: Safe and Effective

Magnesium for Migraines: Safe and Effective

Migraines are a painful neurological disorder that affect twenty eight million people a year on a regular basis. Common symptoms include a throbbing sensation of pain usually on one side of the head, moderate to intolerable pain, sensitivity to light, sound and smells, nausea and vomiting and lethargy. Many migraine sufferers also experience an aura which can be characterized as … Read more

Migraine Light Sensitivity

Although bright lights can certainly trigger a migraine, 85% of people who have these types of headaches report being extremely sensitive to light or photophobic during their attacks. The very first thing most sufferers must do is lie down in a very dark room. This very unpleasant symptom usually lasts for the duration of the … Read more

Migraine Fatigue

In order to understand what migraine fatigue is and how it can be treated, patients first need to be able to identify fatigue. It is a feeling of being extremely tired, weak or sluggish that is beyond a simple tired feeling after a long day. It can be debilitating because it produces a constant desire … Read more

Migraine aura treatment

Migraine with aura is a temporary condition experienced by 15-20% of all migraineurs. It is a combination of visual or other strange sensory distortions that occur before the actual migraine begins, commonly referred to as the prodromal stage. Although most migrainers report their aura beginning 20-40 minutes before the headache, it can begin hours or … Read more

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