Certain lifestyle changes — like avoiding MSG in food, limiting caffeine intake and taking certain supplements — may help some people prevent headaches.
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.
Seeing spots, zig-zags, flashes of light or double vision can be a sign of an ocular migraine, a kind of migraine without a headache.
The first drug specifically developed for migraine prevention has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Should you switch? Headache specialist Zubair Ahmed, MD, weighs in.
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Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Clinical psychologist Steven J. Krause, PhD, answers this one about migraine headaches.
If your child or teen has chronic headaches that have not responded to other therapies, your doctor or pediatrician may recommend Botox injections. Find out what you need to know about safety and efficacy.
Does your child have chronic pain and associated depression and anxiety? Learn about the relationship between chronic pain syndromes and mental health disorders in children.
Not all massages are the same. Some offer more medical value; others focus on relaxation. What do you need to know, and how do you choose which is best?
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.
Sex offers more than a feeling of intimacy or pleasure — it also offers incredible health benefits. Besides the emotional aspects and feelings of well being, it can be good for your heart, relieve pain and help you sleep restfully.