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Handling Seasonal Migraines: Summer Edition

By Migraine Relief Center on June 30, 2021

Summertime is when living is supposed to be easy, if hot. Unfortunately, summer can be a challenging time for migraine sufferers. 

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A Word About Self-Diagnosing Migraines

By Migraine Relief Center on April 23, 2021

Diagnosing migraines is a tricky business. Migraines share symptoms with other illnesses, sometimes severe ones. While you might hear people call all severe headaches migraines or think you suffer from them yourself, it is critical to get an accurate diagnosis from a healthcare provider who can differentiate between migraines and other disorders.

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What Is a Complex Migraine?

By Migraine Relief Center on April 20, 2021

Do you suffer from migraines with a severe aura that lasts days or weeks? Do you have other atypical migraine symptoms? If so, you may have a complex migraine.

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Migraine Tips for Dealing with Zoom Fatigue

By Migraine Relief Center on April 5, 2021

The world is still struggling through the pandemic. If you work from home, you may be involved in more Zoom calls than you would like. Zoom fatigue is a problem many workers experience. Still, if you are a migraineur, you may be a bit more susceptible to problems using the platform.

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Supporting Kids with Migraines During Online Learning

By Migraine Relief Center on March 24, 2021

Children who suffer migraines may be having a more difficult time due to online learning. Screen time is often a trigger for migraines. With additional time spent for school increasing screen time to as much as eight hours a day, it’s no wonder the rates of childhood migraines are up.

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Is It Time to See a Migraine Specialist?

By Migraine Relief Center on December 30, 2020

Sometimes the decision to see a migraine specialist is tricky. Your primary care physician or neurologist you see for your headaches may not think to refer you to one. Or you weren’t aware there were healthcare providers that specialize in migraines. 

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Types of Migraine Surgery: Nerve Release vs Pain Blocking

By Migraine Relief Center on December 10, 2020

Surgical intervention to reduce or eliminate migraine is available for eligible candidates. Each of the procedures described in this post treats a particular nerve issue identified by prior treatment and test results.

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Does Green Light Therapy Work for Migraines?

By Migraine Relief Center on October 14, 2020

According to the Migraine Research Foundation, around 39 million Americans suffer from migraines. Globally, the number is over one billion. One common trigger for migraine sufferers is photophobia or light sensitivity.

Bright or flashing lights may trigger migraines, particularly in those susceptible to them. So it may surprise you to know that a form of light therapy may prove useful in reducing the number and severity of migraine attacks.

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Tips For Avoiding Migraine Triggers While Wearing A Mask

By Migraine Relief Center on September 24, 2020

Complaints of headaches and migraines are on the rise, but is mask wearing the cause? All the normal triggers for migraines are still with us, while the added stress of the pandemic can account for much of the rest. Still, there is no evidence that wearing a mask causes headaches or migraines, and there is also no evidence that people suffer from reduced oxygen while wearing a mask. 

You can safely follow guidelines for mask-wearing without worrying about increasing the frequency and severity...

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Can You Manage Migraines with Homeopathic Medicine?

By Migraine Relief Center on September 9, 2020

There are several reasons migraineurs choose to manage their migraines with homeopathic treatments instead of prescription or OTC medications. They may dislike the side effects, the prescriptions may be expensive, or they simply want to try what they feel is a more natural approach.

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