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Migraine – The Killer Of All Headaches

Have you ever had blinding headaches, one where you just cannot see anything that is ahead of you? One where everything hurts? Where you are...

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Migraine

Headache is a blanket term used to describe pain on one or both sides of the head and upper part of the neck. According...

Aspirin May Be Considered As a Safer Option To Treat Migraine, Says Study

Aspirin can be considered an effective and safe option to other, more expensive medications to treat acute migraines as well as prevent recurrent attacks,...

Sleep Disturbances can Trigger Migraine Attacks: Study

Researchers have found that nearly half of all patients who suffer migraines report sleep disturbance as a trigger for their headaches. The research team from...

Exercise may Trigger Migraine Attacks in Women: Study

Despite doctors recommending regular aerobic exercise to prevent migraine, physical exercise can actually be a trigger of migraine attacks for most women because of...

Here’s How Cannabis Can Help You Reduce Migraine Pain by Nearly Half

Cannabis has benefits when it comes to relieving a stressful headache or Migraine, researchers have found. Since cannabis is made up of over 100 cannabinoids,...

Drinking Three or More Servings of Caffeinated Beverages a Day Increases Risk of Migraine

Coffee lovers, please take note. Drinking three or more servings of caffeinated beverages a day increases the risk of migraine. In a study published in...

Two Drug Trials May Promise Some Relief for People Who Suffer from Migraine Headaches

Two drug trials may promise some relief for people who suffer from migraine headaches as well as those who have cluster headaches, a rare...

Researchers Develop Smartphone App to Reduce Migraine

Researchers have developed a smartphone-based relaxation technique which reduces headache in people who are suffering from migraine. The RELAXaHEAD app guides patients through progressive muscle...

According to New Study, Migraine Raises Risk of Chronic Dry Eye Disease

Suffering from migraine? You could be at higher odds of having chronic dry eye disease, says a new study. The chronic dry eye is a...

Migraine With Visual Aura May Increase Risk of Irregular Heartbeat

People who experience migraine with visual aura may have an increased risk of irregular heartbeat, and as a result stroke, say researchers including one of an Indian-origin. Migraine with visual aura is...

Newly Developed Inhaler to Treat Migraine Without Medicine, says Study

Some migraine patients can cut down on medication or stop using it completely by using a newly developed inhaler which changes the composition of...

Is Migraine Linked to Ear Disorders?

People with chronic migraines may be at an increased risk of developing tinnitus -- feeling of ringing in the ears -- and other inner...

High BP Medicine May Help Treat Migraine

A medication originally used to treat high blood pressure may help you from migraine pain attacks. Candesartan - a drug used to treat high blood...

Why migraines are more common among women

New York, Feb 8 : Females are more vulnerable to certain stress-related and allergic diseases such as migraines because of distinct differences found in...

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