My 20 year old has had sever chronic migraines since age 10. Through all the traditional migraine meds, there has been no relief. We also have tried the elevation diets and amitriptylene several years ago, and it only lessened the frequency. Last night he was plagued with yet another. He never has had the aura like I get, but they attack several times a week with symptom of weakness, nausea, light and sound sensitivity. They last from 6 hours to 2 full days at a raging level 8 and above. After the migraine last night, this morning a seizure woke him up. He has never had a before. He woke up not being able to focus, shaking and sweating uncontrollably, and biting his tongue and not being able to stop...why would this just begin after never occurring before? Donna.
Seizures should always be investigated. The seizure your son experienced may have been related to the Migraine the n...
In my family I am famous for avoiding traditional breakfasts. Pancakes, waffles and French toast don’t agree with me; they leave me feeling really sluggish for the rest of the day. Occasionally, I’ll have an omelet, but rarely eat bacon, sausage, ham or cereal. I often grab some whole-grain toast on days when I have a long to-do list – or on days when I’m not feeling particularly creative. And there’s always my go-to of finishing off take-out Chinese food (or whatever else I may have brought home if I dined out the night before).
So what’s a girl to do to have a healthy breakfast? Increasingly, I find that I’m turning to making my own version of hash. Typically, hash is a dish of cooked meat cut into small pieces and recooked, often with potatoes. And that’s what I often think of since my dad served corn beef hash with a poached egg for Sunday breakfast when I was growing up.
However, I find I crave a healthier version these days -- a vegetable hash. And it’s so easy to make! You...
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