Headaches are a really common phenomenon. They can be anywhere from mild to super painful, but they differ considerably from migraines. Typically, headache treatment and migraine treatment include anti-inflammatory and pain-killing medications. But the thing about headaches is, over 90% of the time they’re secondary.
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Dr. Hal Blatman joins The IronRoad Way to talk about myofascial pain, and how pain isn’t really what we think it is. Pain doesn’t come from where you think it does. Check out this terrific interview and demonstration.
Most people dealing with painful and chronic migraines choose to reach for the nearest bottle of aspirin. But what if there was a better, safer option for treating chronic migraines? According to numerous clinical studies, magnesium appears to be extremely effective in alleviating migraine pain.
Migraines could be caused by a host of different triggers from hormone imbalances and stress to nutritional deficiencies and food allergies. Some of these causes are easily recognized, such as excessive worrying and stressors, and others, not so much. Without a clear reason for the
While the exact mechanisms behind migraine headaches are not fully understood, we do know that specific foods, environmental factors, and even some over-the-counter headache medicines can trigger migraines. There is also an ever-increasing body of knowledge about effective ways to prevent migraines without the use of