Headache is one of the most common symptoms of illness and conditions. Dehydration? Headache. Overexertion? Headache. Flu? Headache. So how do you link your headache to the condition that’s really causing it?
One of the great ways to do this is to keep track of […]
Your painful bite is causing you TMJ, but why aren’t you getting it repaired? We understand that you assume bite repair is complicated because it sometimes requires full mouth reconstruction. And, it’s true, it can be complicated. But it doesn’t have to be. Here’s a rundown on some of the possible […]
June is National Migraine Awareness Month, and there’s no better time to promote awareness of the complexity of migraines and why people need to keep pursuing treatment options rather than sticking with a poorly functioning migraine treatment.
One aspect of the complexity seems to turn conventional wisdom about migraines on its head. New research […]
Kristin Pullum had suffered for years. Since the age of 16, she experienced headaches, face pain, and jaw pain. Although she had seen multiple doctors over the years, none could relieve her symptoms. Instead, her symptoms worsened with time.
If you’ve been diagnosed with new daily persistent (NDP) headaches, you are probably frustrated. A diagnosis often points the way to successful treatment, but not so with NDP headaches, which even headache specialists admit is not well understood and not easy to treat.
It’s possible, though, that part of the problem is that some cases of […]
Among the most common migraine trigger people report is stress. Controlling stress is a successful technique many people use to help reduce their migraines. But as a blogger on Migraine.com recently pointed out, it isn’t always the stress itself that leads to migraines. It may be related behaviors.