Not all doctors know how to properly administer Botox injections for migraine. Here, some questions to ask your provider.
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Managing migraines is similar to driving a bus. Here’s how to become a skilled driver in order to take control of your condition.
The dentist’s office is full of potential migraine triggers. Here’s what you can do to head off an episode.
Occipital neuralgia is a primary headache disorder presenting symptoms that are sometimes confused with migraine.
A true hero is one who reaches out to a hurting friend through the darkness of their own pain and heals them both.
Here’s a term that can help you make sense of migraine research.
Learn the difference between intravenous and intramuscular injections.
Do you fear that having Migraine disease may put you at risk for more serious illnesses? Here are the facts.
Some Migraine-related cognitive problems cannot be corrected with a prescription. Instead, certain skills and mental exercises must be learned and practiced regularly.
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.