Last updated on April 12th, 2021 at 01:01 am
NURTEC (RIMEGEPANT) VS. QULIPTA (ATOGEPANT) FOR MIGRAINE PREVENTION. THE GEPANTS AREN’T JUST FOR ABORTIVE TREATMENT ANYMORE!
WHAT A PAIN IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD! OCCIPITAL NEURALGIA, TREATMENTS, AND TECHNIQUE FOR OCCIPITAL NERVE BLOCK.
BOTOX (OnabotulinumtoxinA) FOR CHRONIC MIGRAINE; EFFECTIVE PATTERN, TECHNIQUE, AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. NOT ALL BOTOX TREATMENTS ARE CREATED EQUAL.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) HEADACHE, COVID-19 HEADACHE TREATMENT, AND WHY YOUR MIGRAINES ARE WORSE WITHOUT EVEN BEING INFECTED.
AIMOVIG vs. AJOVY vs. EMGALITY vs. VYEPTI. BATTLE OF THE CGRP MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY ANTAGONISTS; WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES AND WHICH IS BEST FOR YOU?
BEST HEADACHE AND MIGRAINE PREVENTION MEDICATIONS AND TREATMENTS, WHEN YOU SHOULD START ONE, AND WHEN YOU SHOULD STOP IT.
CEFALY vs. NERIVIO vs. GAMMACORE vs. SPRING TMS. NEUROMODULATORY DEVICES FOR MIGRAINE AND CLUSTER HEADACHE: WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES AND WHICH IS BEST?
MEDICAL MARIJUANA (CANNABIS) FOR MIGRAINE, HEADACHE AND PAIN. A CRASH COURSE OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW.
UBRELVY (UBROGEPANT) vs. NURTEC ODT (RIMEGEPANT) vs. REYVOW (LASMIDITAN) vs. TRIPTANS. NEW MIGRAINE ABORTIVE OPTIONS ARE FINALLY HERE, BUT WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES AND IS ONE BEST FOR YOU?
Last updated on October 6th, 2021 at 06:10 pmWHAT CAUSES HEADACHES EVERY DAY? @Neuralgroover If you experience headaches every day, you likely have a condition known as chronic daily headache. Generally speaking, the difference between episodic and chronic headaches is the frequency. Episodic headaches happen “sometimes,” while chronic headaches happen “all of the time.” To be exact, chronic daily headaches occur for 15 days or more per month for longer than than three months. Episodic headaches happen less than 15 days per month. Acute...read more
Last updated on October 6th, 2021 at 06:08 pmTMJ DISORDER AND TMJ ASSOCIATED HEADACHE AND FACIAL PAIN. @Neuralgroover The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects the jawbone and the skull. This is one of the most powerful joints in the human body, as it can apply 162 pounds per square inch when a person bites. It is important to realize that the TMJ is a synovial joint. In other words, it is a joint composed of a capsule filled with synovial fluid. Similar to a knee joint (but on a much smaller scale), the synovial fluid...read more
Last updated on September 17th, 2021 at 06:46 amACUPUNCTURE, ACUPRESSURE, PRESSURE POINTS AND DAITH PIERCING FOR MIGRAINE, HEADACHE, AND PAIN. @Neuralgroover Acupuncture is an alternative medical therapy that involves thin needles being inserted into the body. Acupressure is a therapy, often used in conjunction with acupuncture, where the practitioner applies pressure to certain points of the body. These two therapies are used for a wide variety of different therapeutic purposes, but can be specifically used to address headaches and migraines...read more
LONG COVID, POST-COVID SYNDROME, POST-VIRAL SYNDROME, MECFS, PWME, AND POST-COVID HEADACHE EXPLAINED AND TREATED.
Last updated on September 17th, 2021 at 06:46 amLONG COVID, POST-COVID SYNDROME, POST-VIRAL SYNDROME, MECFS, PWME, AND POST-COVID HEADACHE EXPLAINED AND TREATED. @Neuralgroover Background Long Covid, post-Covid syndrome, long Covid syndrome, long Covid-19, post Covid-19 syndrome, long haul Covid, and long tail Covid are some of the emerging terms for what appears to be a chronic constellation of symptoms following Covid-19 infection in some patients. What are long Covid symptoms, and what is long Covid syndrome? Here is how I want you...read more
Last updated on September 17th, 2021 at 06:46 amYOGA AND MEDITATION FOR HEADACHE, MIGRAINE, AND PAIN. @Neuralgroover Yoga and meditation can help with fitness and mindfulness, but there are additional benefits. These activities can help you with migraines, headaches, and other types of pain. Yoga has the ability to help you: Alleviate stress, which is a common source of headaches, migraines, and pain. Sleep better, as sleep deprivation can cause or worsen headaches and migraines. Support better posture, as poor posture is an agitator of...read more
Last updated on October 6th, 2021 at 06:02 pmCOMMON FOODS, ADDITIVES, AND OTHER MIGRAINE TRIGGERS. @Neuralgroover While the exact cause of migraines remains unknown, the neurovascular theory of migraine is currently most accurate. Regardless of exact mechanism, there are many different triggers that can bring them on. Certain types of foods, beverages, and food additives can trigger migraines. In addition to these triggers, things like excess light, visual stimuli, and noise can also trigger migraines. Let’s take a look at some of the common...read more
Last updated on October 6th, 2021 at 05:59 pmHOME AND NATURAL REMEDIES FOR HEADACHES, MIGRAINES, AND PAIN. @Neuralgroover Staying Hydrated and Eating Healthy Not drinking enough water (dehydration) is a common cause of headaches. Some studies indicate that there is a strong correlation between poor hydration and headaches. According to Science Direct, there are several different causes of headaches that are linked to lack of hydration and food or food additives. These include: Skipping meals Alcohol intake Caffeine withdrawal Excess salt...read more
Last updated on April 30th, 2021 at 11:13 pmMIGRAINE HEADACHES EXPLAINED. @Neuralgroover Migraines are a very intense type of headache that are often accompanied by other symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound, as well as neurological symptoms such as visual disturbances, numbness or tingling, speech disturbances (slurred speech, difficulty getting words out), weakness, vertigo, cognitive dysfunction or “cognitive fog”, among other things. Migraines tend to be more prevalent in women than in men, with...read more
Last updated on October 1st, 2021 at 02:04 pmONE-SIDED HEADACHE WITH CONGESTED RUNNY NOSE, OR RED, TEARING AND SWOLLEN EYE. 5 REASONS WHY. @Neuralgroover BACKGROUND Do you have a one-sided headache, left-sided headache, right-sided headache, or one-sided head pain with some variation of one-sided symptoms such as runny nose, nasal congestion or stuffiness, red eye, tearing eye, droopiness of the eyelid, puffiness or swelling around the eye, facial sweating or flushing, or clogged ear feeling? These symptoms are called autonomic symptoms, and...read more
Last updated on September 17th, 2021 at 06:45 am TYPES OF HEADACHES – 2021 @Neuralgroover According to the World Health Organization, headaches are a global problem, affecting people of all races, income levels, and regional areas. Headache disorders impact about 50% of people worldwide. Moreover, it is estimated that 50% to 75% of adults aged 18 to 65 have suffered from a headache or a migraine within the last year. A smaller percentage of people worldwide, 1.7% to 4%, have headaches that last for two weeks or longer....read more