Expert advice on how to relieve chronic headaches, trending treatments, and how to recognize symptoms related to other conditions. Medical professionals and patient experts provide practical tips on managing the pain.
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Exercise is all good for migraines, right? Not exactly. Holistic health practitioner Mark Canadic provides the benefits and risks of exercise for migraine.
Jaime, who lives with migraines, pens a heartwarming letter to fellow migraine patients, reminding them of their strength and determination.
Occipital neuralgia is a primary headache disorder presenting symptoms that are sometimes confused with migraine.
Here’s a term that can help you make sense of migraine research.
How many acute treatments are too many when treating chronic Migraine?
Do you fear that having Migraine disease may put you at risk for more serious illnesses? Here are the facts.
Hemiplegic Migraine attacks can result in brain atrophy, but effective treatment exists to prevent this from happening.
The cause of a cervicogenic headache is a neck disorder or lesion. Although this type of headache is not a form of Migraine, it can trigger a Migraine attack.
Hypnic headaches, also called “alarm clock headaches,” wake you up in the middle of the night and can last up to four hours.
Question Asked by Barb Waking With Headaches? I get a headache on the left side almost every morning right after I wake up. Sometimes it goes away in a few hours, sometimes not for 12 hours. Answer Barb, Waking with or getting a headache or Migraine ...