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Migraine and Heart Conditions: The Surprising Correlation

Migraines are one of the most prevalent neurological conditions. They are so prevalent, in fact, that they afflict about 1 in 4 Americans. Often mistaken as just a terrible headache, migraines are way more complex and involve various symptoms such as a debilitating headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, vision problems, and sensitivity to sound, smells, and [...]

Answers to Common Questions About BPPV

BPPV is the most common cause of vertigo, and it is also one of the easiest to treat. Nevertheless, experiencing vertigo can be scary and incapacitating. Vertigo is the sensation that you are moving or the things around you are moving when actually there is no motion happening. Vertigo can make you nauseated and unable [...]

8 Tips for Headache Relief

If you are suffering with a chronic headache condition, you are probably eager to hear about any solutions that come your way. Below we’ve listed a few of the best natural ways to keep headaches at bay, and at the very end, we will describe the number one option for natural headache relief. Surprisingly, the [...]

Dizziness: Why Does It Happen? What Can You Do About It?

Dizziness can happen out of the blue. You may stand up too quickly, roll over in bed, or be around bright lights or loud noises and all of a sudden experience a bout of dizziness. Almost everyone has had some experience with dizziness. In fact, as many as 8 million of those living in the [...]

Migraines Linked to Whiplash and Concussions — Relief Available

Migraines are a debilitating condition that includes throbbing head pain, sensitivity to light, sound, and certain smells, nausea and vomiting, and dizziness. They are noted as having a genetic link to them. However, this is not true in all cases, especially in those that arise spontaneously. It has been observed that many migraines begin or [...]

Is Vertigo Simply Dizziness? Is There Help Available?

Vertigo and dizziness are often used interchangeably when describing a particular feeling. While the two are related and may have a similar origin, they are different when it comes to symptoms. Describing to your doctor exactly what you are feeling, rather than simply using the terms dizziness or vertigo, can get you the proper care [...]

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