It can be difficult to exercise when you are in chronic pain. But studies show that a key piece of advice for how to help migraines and other headaches is to keep up with a manageable exercise plan.
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Because your jaw is one of the joints you use most often, dealing with jaw pain can be difficult—it can affect your ability to talk and eat. Often, jaw pain is related to problems with your teeth resulting from an oral health issue or from a habit like teeth-grinding.
Many people find that forcing themselves to get a brain freeze can help get rid of a migraine headache. See if this home remedy works for you.
Avoid the side effects of pain meds. Try one or more of these 3 therapies for natural migraine relief and other integrative headache remedies, which not only help treat the pain but can prevent it in the first place.
Encapsulated oil of peppermint benefits IBS symptoms (abdominal pain, bloating, and gas), while topical peppermint oil is effective for headaches and much more! Learn the dosage for these natural peppermint treatments here.
When a painful headache threatens to disrupt our day, our first instinct often is to take some Tylenol or Advil for relief. But if you suffer from chronic headaches, or if you’re prone to negative reactions to the main ingredients in some of these OTC pain relievers, you might want
It’s well accepted that a dose of caffeine generally improves wakefulness and boosts energy. Now researchers are identifying specific ways in which the stimulant improves brain function and memory, especially in older adults, and may even help protect the brain against disease.
Research published in the September 2014 issue of Neurobiology
In May 2015, the Society for Women’s Health Research announced an online campaign called “Beyond the Bruises” that unites survivors, advocates, organizations, and celebrities in bringing awareness to the effects of domestic violence on chronic disease. The campaign features a short film that shares the stories of domestic violence survivors
Headaches can literally be a pain in the neck when you have arthritis. For those with osteoarthritis (OA) of the spine, neck pain can be referred to the head, triggering migraine or tension-type headache—pain that is often treated with chronic use of medications. Even if you don’t have spinal OA,
In his latest book Grain Brain, integrative neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter makes a compelling case for going not just gluten-free, and not even just grain-free, but extremely low-carb as well. The reason? The answer may surprise you!