Making changes to your diet, managing stress and taking supplements can prevent migraines and reduce their severity. Learn what you can do to help yourself without a prescription.
School is not the only thing that begins in the fall. For many children, the stress of returning to classes brings on an unwanted result: headaches.
Do you feel dizzy sometimes? It’s a common complaint. Whether imbalance is caused by vertigo, inner ear or other medical conditions, there are many good therapies available.
Just like adults, stressed-out kids can get tension headaches. But biofeedback cards can help them relax. The cards detect stress levels by reading hand temperature.
Certain foods are considered potential migraine triggers, but figuring which culprits cause your own headaches can be tough. That’s why headache experts say it’s essential to keep a daily diary of what you eat.
A study finds that in some babies colic may be linked with childhood migraines — and may even be an early form of migraine. If true, there’s hope that migraine therapies might be effective in treating colic in the future.
Don't let chronic pain control your life. Fight back with these tips on education, treatment options and lifestyle choices.
Doctors say it’s not uncommon to see an increase in people complaining about migraines this time of the year. Changes in diet, scents and sleep patterns are all triggers. So be aware --and maybe go easy on the pine-scented candles.