Migraines Vs Headaches

Chronic Migraine Prevention Research

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Migraines Vs Headaches

Migraine & Cluster Headaches

Intro Questionnaire Registration Order Number It has been estimated that 1 in 4 Canadian households has someone affected by migraine headaches. Migraines can affect a person’s ability to perform everyday activities for up to 3 days, therefore having a significant impact on quality of life. Cluster headaches are far less common but can be just

Migraine Triggers

Migraine Triggers and Important Lifestyle Changes

Though they affect more people than asthma and diabetes combined, we still know relatively little about what causes migraines. However, when it comes to preventing a migraine, learning to identify your own personal triggers is crucial. Some common triggers include stress, red wine, pickled foods, skipping a meal, chocolate and caffeine. You might want to try

Migraine Aura

Migraine Aura, Other Migraine Symptoms and Stages (Plus When to See a Doctor)

Migraines tend to progress through four distinctive stages: prodrome, aura, attack (headache), and postdrome. But not everyone who has migraines experiences every stage. For others, signs and symptoms may vary from one migraine to another. Read on to familiarize yourself with some of the migraine stages and their symptoms, and learn when you should contact a doctor

Sinusitis

Sinusitis, a prevalent health condition affecting millions of individuals globally, is characterized by the inflammation of the sinus passages.    Causes  Sinusitis can result from various factors, including viral, bacterial, or fungal infections, allergies, and structural issues in the nasal passages. When the sinus cavities become inflamed, mucus production increases, causing congestion and potential blockages.