As a longtime migraine sufferer, I am never too surprised when I get headaches during periods of high stress. Stress is always on the list of common migraine causes. But what has always baffled me is when my migraines get worse when I am finally able to … Read More
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 … Read More
If you tend to develop a headache while exercising or start feeling a headache after you exercise, it’s likely that you’re suffering from the exertion headache phenomenon. You’re more likely to experience an exertion headache if you also suffer from migraine symptoms, which can also stem from vigorous … Read More
When you consider the question of how to help migraines, "exercise" might not be the first thought that comes to mind. But my own experience—and data resulting from studies—show a correlation.
Two years ago, if you asked me what I did for exercise, the only honest answer would be "almost … Read More
I first began getting migraine headaches about eight years ago. While they started out infrequent, within a year, they had become so common that I was having them many times a week. For me, keeping a headache journal was an important step in getting my migraines under control.
Anyone who’s ever had a sinus infection and felt the miserable pain it causes typically has one thought in mind: sinus pressure relief.
Fortunately, there are medications as well as simple home remedies that can ease the inflammation and infection of the sinuses associated with sinusitis. These … Read More
A cluster headache is the "most severe form of primary headache," as the U.S. National Library of Medicine tells us. When you get one, you'll know it, because of the onset of sudden—and painful—headache clusters, usually at the same time of the day and night for several weeks. … Read More
Some headaches come on gradually—the average tension headache, for example. Others—like ice pick headaches—are sudden and swift. A thunderclap headache can develop just as quickly as an ice pick headache, but—unlike ice pick headaches, which typically don't last longer than 10 seconds—a thunderclap headache can continue … Read More