Tag: chronic headache

Quiet your migraine!

If you suffer from migraine headaches, you’ve probably been there. You have a major migraine headache and all you want to do is to cover your head with a pillow and block out all light and sound. Why is that? An abnormal sensitivity to light is described by the medical term “photophobia”, and an abnormal… Read more »

The link between stress and migraines

Stress is the response we have to situations that demand that we focus our minds and bodies in some way. Some stress can be thrilling, such as the exhilaration of negotiating a ski trail down a steep mountain. Other stress can be unpleasant, such as the anxiety of being late for a presentation at work,… Read more »

Migraines in daughters: Parenting with emotional support

How do you parent a daughter with migraine? If you don’t have migraines yourself, you might wish that you understood better what she was going through. On the other hand, you may know all too well. Migraine tends to run in families, so if you are a mother with migraine you may have a daughter… Read more »

Holistic migraine treatment

If you are getting frustrated because your migraine headaches have not responded to treatment, you are not alone. Half of all people with migraines decide to stop seeking care for their headaches partly because they are dissatisfied with the treatment. But before you go that route and decide to simply live with the pain, consider… Read more »