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Migraine Surgery for Chronic Migraine Headaches

If you’re like me, then you may be surprised to learn that not all migraines are chronic. As it happens, the people in my life who I know personally that suffer from migraines all suffer from chronic migraines. 403 more words


3 Drug-Free Migraine Treatments That Really Work

Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 03:11 PM
By Nick Tate

Migraines are not simply bad headaches. For many of the 36 million Americans who get migraines, they can be debilitating — causing not just crushing pain, but also nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, or even a frightening blurring of vision and flashes of what appear to be bright lights. 891 more words

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Which foods cause migraines – and how do I avoid them?

As well as a debilitating headache, often centered in one point of the head, migraines can cause temporary loss of vision, distortions to senses like taste and smell, ringing in the ears, light sensitivity and floaters in the vision. 457 more words

Migraine Food Triggers

Researchers may provide relief for migraine sufferers

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Researchers may provide relief for migraine sufferers

Therapy could eliminate medication overuse headaches

Story and photo by Greg Harris

Tracey Peters first started getting… 568 more words

Migraine Relief in Puyallup, Washington

Learn how to get migraine relief in Puyallup Washington from Health 1st Chiropractic your migraine specialist in Puyallup.?

Migraine Headaches

Drug blocks light sensors in eye that may trigger migraine attacks.

For many migraine sufferers, bright lights are a surefire way to exacerbate their headaches. And for some night-shift workers, just a stroll through a brightly lit parking lot during the morning commute home can be enough to throw off their body’s daily rhythms and make daytime sleep nearly impossible.

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Migraines: Could Histamine Intolerance be the cause?

Migraines and parenting – the worst combination ever.  Migraine headaches can be debilitating due to the intense and throbbing pain; coupled with vision loss and possibly nausea and vomiting.   1,285 more words