Dr. Johnathan (osteopath) shares with us his top tips for creating an ergonomic work set up to help decrease your headaches and migraines, as poor posture and a bad work set up can lead to an increase in headaches/migraines . Check it out!
Stress is reported as the number one trigger in headache and migraine sufferers. Although other things are often the cause of headaches and migraines, a stressed system will encourage your body to hold on to pain longer. Therefore in order to help your body get rid of your headaches and migraines faster, maintaining low stress levels is key. Stress can come in many forms, including both emotional and physical stressors, which leads to an increase in the stress hormone, cortisol. There are many exercises which can be used to help decrease stress which can help to decrease your headaches and migraines, but one very effective and easy way is through breathing exercises.
Breathing exercises have been around for centuries and have stood the test of time. Ancient yoga masters believed that many diseases are connected to disturbed or insufficient breathing. The more research into the effects of stress on the body and how beneficial breathing techniques are to manage this prove these...
Jaw pain and headaches. Is your jaw pain true jaw pain, a headache or a combination? Dr. Liam (osteopath) answers all . If you are experiencing jaw pain or facial pain in association with your headaches, contact us at (03) 9486 7543 to book an appointment with one of our practitioners. During a consultation, they will perform a thorough case history and assessment to help determine whether your jaw, neck or both are contributing to your pain and provide you with a detailed treatment plan to help you on your path to recovery .
The pain of a migraine can be excruciating , sometimes making you feel like your head may explode or like the pressure or throbbing is unbearable. But where does this pain come from and most importantly how do we treat it? Dr Beth (osteopath) reveals all
One of the most common questions we get asked in the clinic is about pillows and sleeping position . How do they contribute to headaches and migraines and what is/are the best ones? Dr Beth (osteopath) explains .
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Sleep disorders and headaches. There is a strong relationship between sleep disorders and headaches, including sleep apnoea and snoring, as well as waking with headaches. What are the relationships and what can you do about them?
Dr. Liam (osteopath) explains.
The post-concussion syndrome occurs after a concussion and leaves you with lingering symptoms in approx 20-30% of cases. They are so often misdiagnosed and mismanaged however, early diagnosis and treatment is crucial. How do we treat them to help prevent long term symptoms?
Dr. Kevin (osteopath) explains.
Hormones, such as thyroid, metabolic and stress hormones can become imbalanced which can affect your headaches and migraines . How do they become imbalanced, how do you identify that they are a problem and what can you do about them? Dr Katie (osteopath) explains all
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