Occipital neuralgia, a nerve-induced headache, may feel like a migraine, but isn’t treated the same. Learn the differences.
Dizziness can be caused by a variety of things. From BPPV to Menieres disease, it’s crucial to visit your doctor to learn how you can prevent and treat it.
How to avoid stress triggers and better manage your migraines during the coronavirus outbreak
Tension headaches are extremely common. Try our tips for preventing stress and keeping the headaches away.
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If you have migraines, you’ve likely been told to get over it and power through. “Migraines are just bad headaches” is one of the 10 myths our neurologist busts in this article.
Find out some (possibly thought-provoking) reasons why you might want to see a physical therapist.
Although a migraine is severe to moderate pain that you feel at the top or side of your head, the trouble may actually start at the bottom of your skull. Combining chiropractic treatment with medication often provides relief for migraine pain.
If you have sleep apnea, you need to be concerned about the ill effects it can have on your heart.
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