Are you missing out on time with loved ones? Are you missing out on time with loved ones due to headaches and/or migraine attacks?
This is quite common and it can feel like you are always missing out. Dr. Beth (osteopath) speaks about a way to hopefully help both you and those you love to connect in a different way.
It's Headache and Migraine Awareness Month, and it's the perfect opportunity to review where you are at with your migraine attacks and what additional things you can do to find more relief from migraine.
It's also important to know that you are not alone. There are many support networks out there for you, including the team here at Melbourne Headache Solutions.
If you are experiencing migraine attacks, then you know how debilitating they can be. That's why it's essential to work with a knowledgeable team about diagnosing and treating migraine headaches. This blog post will answer the most common questions that people ask about their migraine condition.
Migraine is a neurological condition affecting the brain, but it can cause symptoms throughout the entire body that can range from severe head pain, nausea and vomiting to temporary paralysis of parts of the body.
A migraine is classically described as...
Dr. Beth (osteopath) shares with you one of her favourite pillows for side sleepers .
Getting the flu or catching a cold can also make migraine attacks and cluster headaches worse.
Dr. Beth (osteopath) tells you how to help navigate headaches and migraine attacks during a cold and flu .
Acute concussions should resolve fairly quickly but in approximately 30% of cases they don't, leaving you with ongoing symptoms. So what causes an acute concussion and what causes it to become chronic (ongoing)?
Dr. Kevin (osteopath) tell us .
We are going to discuss the gut-brain connection and how it influences migraine. The gut microbiome (the bacteria in our digestive system) is one of the most critical factors that affect our mental and brain health, including stress, anxiety, depression, and migraine.
The main goal of this blog post is to present you with all the latest research about what triggers migraine headaches so you'll know how to proactively take control of your migraines to prevent them from occurring.
Many people do not consider the impact that their gut health can have on their migraines, but what they don't realise is that everything that your brain needs to operate well comes from your gut and your lungs. If you are not putting in what the brain needs or you don't have the right internal environment (microbiome), then the brain will not function properly.
The gut-brain connection is not a new concept, but it has been proven to be an essential link in the pathogenesis of migraine....