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Treating Neuropathic Pain

Neuropathic pain can develop following a physical nerve injury, or medical illnesses such as diabetes or shingles. Neuropathic pain can develop and often lingers after the original injury heals because nerve cell dysfunction—not the original injury—is the cause. As pain signals are repeated over long periods of time, the spinal

Serotonin Deficiency Symptoms That You Can Identify Yourself

Serotonin Deficiency Symptoms That You Can Identify Yourself

What does serotonin do? Serotonin is a powerful brain chemical that profoundly affects your mood, so knowing whether you’re deficient is a key first step to overcoming troubling mood and impulse control problems. Having one or more of the eight serotonin deficiency symptoms discussed here will be a strong clue

How to Avoid That Caffeine Headache

How to Avoid That Caffeine Headache

If your usual morning routine includes downing a strong cup of coffee, then any departure from this habit could result in a caffeine headache. This is because caffeine isn’t just a stimulant—it also has what’s called a “vasoconstrictive” effect, which means that it narrows blood vessels, including those situated in

How to Overcome Migraines Naturally

How to Overcome Migraines Naturally

The migraine headache is one of the top 20 most debilitating disorders in developed countries. It is caused by a complicated interplay between predisposing genetic variants and environmental factors. How to overcome migraines? There are all kinds of treatments that can help, including natural remedies discussed below.

First, consider that migraines

What Causes Headaches?

What Causes Headaches?

The first thing that might surprise you is that what causes headaches isn’t related to anything going on in your brain—in fact, your brain doesn’t feel pain, because it doesn’t have any pain receptors (the nerve endings that are found throughout the body, and that transmit pain signals). But your

Demystifying Meniere’s Disease

Causes of Meniere’s disease, first recognized in 1861as a disease of the inner ear rather than the brain, have eluded researchers for decades. The affliction can cause tinnitus, hearing loss, vertigo, and pressure within the inner ear, but until recently, specific causes remained unclear. Now, researchers have learned that Meniere’s

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