4 Phases of Migraines and the Symptoms Stage by Stage

4 Phases of Migraines and the Symptoms Stage by Stage

About 15% of the world’s population suffers from migraines. Migraines are a neurological disorder that causes persistent headaches ranging from moderate to severe.

What Is My Headache Trying to Tell Me?

What Is My Headache Trying to Tell Me?

There is no such thing as a normal headache. The cause of headaches are often unclear and we learn to just push through and deal with the pain, but you don’t have to live with the pain anymore. What is your headache telling you and what is the simple solution to this debilitating condition?

Combating Migraines at the Neurological and Vascular Sources

Combating Migraines at the Neurological and Vascular Sources

Unlike the common headache, migraines are neurovascular in nature. While categorized as a neurological condition, researchers have also found blood flow issues that contribute to the onset of migraines.

Finding Relief from the Menacing Symptoms of Meniere’s Disease

Finding Relief from the Menacing Symptoms of Meniere’s Disease

Meniere’s disease is a condition that originates in the inner ear and is known for symptoms such as a sensation of spinning (vertigo); ringing, roaring, or buzzing noise in the ears (tinnitus); and a feeling of congestion or fullness in the affected ear.