Have you ever wondered why you get your headaches and/or migraines on one side or why the pain switches sides?
Dr. Beth (osteopath) explains .
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It's a gloriously hot day here in Melbourne but the heat and sunshine can be big triggers for headache and migraine sufferers. Why is this and what can you do about it?
Dr. Helen (osteopath) explains .
Neck pain is the #1 associated feature of headaches and migraines . So what joints are involved, how do they become dysfunctional and what can be done to help them?
Dr. Beth (osteopath) explains all .
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Sex hormonal imbalances are very common amongst women. They happen naturally during different stages in life including puberty, menstruation, pregnancy and menopause however you can experience hormonal imbalances outside of these stages due factors such as lifestyle factors, diet, weight, alcohol, stress, lack of exercise, products that you use etc.
There are many symptoms you can experience due to a hormonal imbalance and in certain instances some people can continue to experience continual irregular hormonal balances throughout their life.
Hormones are responsible for a wide variety of functions within the human body and act as tiny messengers between the big organs of our body. They serve to play an important role in behavioural and physiological activities such as digestion, metabolism, sleep, lactation, growth, physical development, reproduction and mood. So it is no wonder that a small imbalance in our hormonal system has the ability to manifest in many...
BPPV is a very common vestibular disorder so what is it and what do we do to fix it?
Dr. Kevin (osteopath) explains all .
As the weather heats up , more people will be prone to dehydration. Water is important to rehydrate but electrolytes are also vitally important in hydration and decreasing headaches and migraines.
Dr. Katie (osteopath) explains all and how to help decrease your headaches/migraines during the hot weather .
With the nice weather here, it encourages a lot more people to exercise . Exercise has been shown to be great to help decrease headaches and migraines but for some people, it can be triggering .
Dr. Katie (osteopath) tells us the do's and don'ts for exercise to help it work with you rather than against you to decrease your pain rather than give you pain .
Do you find that places like shopping centres, supermarkets, and/or cafes increase your dizziness?
Dr. Kevin (osteopath) explains all and importantly, what can be done to help it .
This time of year is filled with all sorts of delicious foods but how do carbohydrates and sugar affect headaches and migraines?
Dr. Helen (osteopath) explains.