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Veterans and Migraines: Finding Relief and Support

By Migraine Relief Center on July 1, 2024

As we approach the Fourth of July, it's important to remember those who have served our country amidst our celebrations. Veterans face a higher risk of health issues as a result of deployment, and migraines are no exception. Various aspects of deployment can increase the risk of migraine headaches in veterans.

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Migraines and Exercise: The Impact of Physical Activity

By Migraine Relief Center on June 17, 2024

The phrase "have you tried exercise?" is all too familiar to any chronically ill person, including migraine sufferers. Well-meaning friends, family members, and even health professionals often make this suggestion to help combat the pain or discomfort one experiences routinely. So, what about migraines and exercise—do they actually help?

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Unlocking Migraine Genetics: Insights into Genetic Factors

By Migraine Relief Center on April 18, 2024


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Tips for Managing Stress Migraines

By Migraine Relief Center on May 31, 2023

If you believe stress triggers your migraines, you are not alone. Four out of five people who suffer migraines report stress as a primary cause of migraine attacks

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Tips for Creating a Migraine-Friendly Workplace

By Migraine Relief Center on May 1, 2023

Most people spend the majority of their day at work. Because one in four women and one in sixteen men suffer from migraines, the probability is high that you have employees who are migraineurs — people who get migraines.

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Acute Migraine Treatments

By Migraine Relief Center on March 31, 2023

Migraine attacks are no joke. Even if you suffer chronic migraines and use lifestyle choices and preventative medication, you can still suffer an attack that requires abortive treatment.

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Migraines and MS (Multiple Sclerosis)

By Migraine Relief Center on March 30, 2023

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is one of the most common neurological disorders affecting the brain and spinal cord. Some of the symptoms in the early stages are similar to migraine attacks, leading to diagnosing challenges and suggesting a potential connection between MS and migraines.

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What You Need to Know About Nasal Sprays for Migraines

By Migraine Relief Center on February 28, 2023
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New Research Suggests Link Between Dietary Fiber and Migraines

By Migraine Relief Center on February 15, 2023

We've long known about dietary triggers for migraines. Still, in a spot of good news, research suggests a link between dietary fiber and migraine attacks. A study published in Frontiers of Nutrition shows that lacking dietary fiber could contribute to migraines. 

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What Does a Menstrual Migraine Feel Like?

By Migraine Relief Center on February 8, 2023

As if having a period isn't enough, some women also suffer migraines during their "time of the month." Aptly named menstrual migraine, this condition is triggered solely by shifting estrogen levels that may interact with serotonin or other brain chemicals to cause head pain and migraine other symptoms.

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