• Headache,  Migraine,  Treatment

    War against Migraine

    In the latest issue of Science Illustrated here in Sweden (Swedish title Illustrerad Vetenskap), you can read about how the scientists now declaring war against migraine. I tried to find the article in the American version, but I can’t find it, so here comes a summary of the Swedish article. One billion people suffer from migraines Apparently, one billion people suffer from migraines all over the world. And its believed that the reason is that a normal protein causes the sensory nerves to run amok. Now researchers have developed a drug that will prevent headaches from occurring, but still, they can’t answer why some people are sensitive to the protein.…

  • Aids and tools,  Headache,  Migraine,  Reviews

    Migraine glasses – review

    Have you heard about them? Or even tried them? Migraine glasses seems to be the “new thing,” even if they have been on the market a while, that is often discussed in different types of migraine and headache groups and forums. The thought of glasses to help prevent migraines is very good. Many of us migraine sufferers are sensitive to bright light, and that is a common trigger. As always, when new gadgets try to establish on the market, the price is a bit too high, but If you want to try them out, like me, then there seem to be a few budget choices. This little investigation of migraine…

  • Headache,  Migraine

    Migraine + weather

    Can you predict the weather? Are you a human weather forecast teller? Can you tell when the weather is switching or when there is coming to stormy winds? Thunderstorms and lightning as well? Very bright sunlight, extreme heat or cold, excessive dryness, humidity, and changed barometric pressure?   I’m a weather physic After having migraine most of my life, which means about 30 years, since I’m 42 now, I have realized that I’m sensitive to the weather. Calm, steady weather doesn’t affect me at all. But as soon as it changes, I’m as a freaking weather station. If the weather switches to much, sometimes it can feel like we have…

  • Aids and tools,  Headache,  Migraine,  Reviews

    Wellpatch for migraine?

    I work as a professional massage therapist as my day job and have been doing that for over 15 years by now. As you might have guessed by now, I take a special interest in headache and migraine. Many customers come to me after hearing (especially mouth to mouth from clients that I have helped with their migraine and headache) that I both suffer from headache and migraine myself, which means that I know what they go through and can relate, but also that I keep on educating myself to become a better massage therapist, find new or better ways to treat my clients and their issues, and trying to…

  • Headache,  Migraine,  Treatment

    Migraines due to vitamin deficiency?

    Migraine, severe headache, depression, fatigue. Even if it’s not clear what causes a migraine, and the triggers for a headache can be countless. Sometimes it can be so simple that it can all be because of a vitamin deficiency. And that is so simple that we sometimes don’t think of it, that we might not get all the vitamins and minerals that we and our body needs. Depressed because of folic acid deficiency The first time I ever realized how essential vitamins and minerals were, was when I was about 25. I was depressed. I cried all the time, and I couldn’t find anything to be joyful over. Finally, my…

  • Aids and tools,  Headache,  Migraine,  Reviews

    Neck Hammock for Headache and Migraine Review

    A neck hammock or sometimes called a head hammock is something that has helped me quite a lot with tensions in my neck muscles. And when the tensions started to fade, then I had a lot fewer headaches and migraine attacks. So since it helped me, I really want to share this experience with you, and hopefully, it can help you too. After I have bought my neck hammock, I realized that there were several versions out there, and some of them had better reviews than the others. So after getting a lot of questions about which one is the best, I here buy presents the most common ones. Product…

  • Migraine,  Treatment

    Botox treatment for migraines

    Have you heard about botox treatment for migraines? Is it the same botox that is used for beauty treatments? How well does it work? Botox seems to be the new thing when it comes to treating migraines. So I felt like researching this a bit more. Is botox for you? At first, you get treated for your migraine with preventive treatment, often some drugs. The idea is to reduce the frequency of the migraine attacks, and also the severity. When that treatment with “regular” drugs doesn’t work as planned, then botox injections should be considered. The same botox for wrinkles and migraine The rumor has it that when middle age…

  • Aids and tools,  Headache,  Migraine,  Treatment

    10 ways to reduce and prevent headache and migraine

    Not many things take so much energy than a constant headache or migraine attacks. You are feeling like shit, with your brain feeling like full of sawdust that starts to swell so that you think that it will explode. You feel irritable, and the pain is overwhelming. Or you are waking up, yet another morning, with a headache. Are you tired just of fill your body with aspirin, Advil, ibuprofen? Or even stronger prescripted drugs? But whatever you do or what many doctors treat is the symptoms but rarely the cause. And by not looking at the reason, it won’t change anything. What can you do to turn the downward…

  • Migraine,  Treatment

    Medical treatment for migraine

    The treatment of migraine and headache is divided into emergency and preventive treatment. The purpose of the emergency treatment is to quickly stop an ongoing headache attack, while the preventive treatment should reduce the number of attacks or prevent them from coming at all. By combining different emergency and preventative methods, treatment will have the most significant effect. In the longer term, preventative treatment contributes to the reduction of headache attacks or to ceasing altogether. Usually, it is an addition to the emergency treatment for those who have more than two attacks per day or long periods of trouble. It is often successful in combining two different treatments, but everyone…

  • Headache,  Migraine

    Cluster headache – Hortons headache

    Cluster Headache (sometimes also called Horton’s headache) is an extremely painful form of headache. The disease is characterized by periods of very painful headache attacks, which are usually located to one eye. The pain is extremely intense, and many people compare the pain to kidney stones or childbirth. The pain can radiate downwards, outwards or upwards in the side of the joint, and can also be felt in the back of the head and down to the neck. The number of attacks per day is usually 1-2 (max 8) and preferably occurs at night. Cluster headache is a periodic illness, which usually recurs with daily, hour-long attacks during periods of…

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