4 Ways To Crush Migraines

4 Ways To Crush Migraines

4 Ways To Crush Migraines. As migraine sufferers are well aware, migraines often get brushed aside as nothing more than a common complaint. Don’t you just feel sometimes that people are secretly saying, “Quit-your-whining-and-start-working?” While many people suffer with a headache at some point in their lives, even the worse headache cannot be the judge where migraines are concerned. While the pain of a headache can make day-to-day life miserable, often heading for the medicine cabinet for an aspirin can remedy the situation. The same cannot be said for migraine sufferers.

3  Simple Tips to Prevent and Ease Migraines

3 Simple Tips to Prevent and Ease Migraines

3 Simple Tips to Prevent and Ease Migraines.
For those of us who suffer with Migraine, we don’t need to be told that it is a “headache” with varying intensities of pain, or that some become sensitive to light, sound and smell. We are also well aware of the fact that nausea can be a common occurrence with Migraine.

Although Migraine may not be completely curable, there are some ways for us to find quite a good degree of relief and prevention. There are many natural remedies that I outline in my book, “The Ultimate Migraine Handbook: An Holistic Approach to Pain Relief,” many of which I have used very effectively in my own life. Below I will share three simple tips to ease and prevent migraines.
By following some simple healthy habits and some natural remedies, we can prevent migraine and find pain relief.

Rain, Rain, Go Away….

Rain, Rain, Go Away….

Rain, rain, go away…..How has your week been? For that matter, how has the weather been where you live? Here in Florida, we started the end of last week with a barometric pressure change followed by a week of rain and storms. Since for me, barometric changes are pretty much the only thing that triggers a migraine for me, the beginning of the storm woke me up on and off during the night, feeling headachy (sure you know that feeling) followed by a lower intensity migraine, plus feeling just plain yucky throughout the day. Luckily, my migraines no longer have the intensity they used to have with the natural remedies I use, so I was able to go about my day, but I sure felt lousy all day.

Ditch the Headache Before the Migraine Begins

Ditch the Headache Before the Migraine Begins

Ditch the Headache Before the Migraine Begins. Headaches can be crippling. When they persist for a long period of time, they definitely take all the joy out of your life. Headaches and migraines are different but for those who suffer with Migraine, it doesn’t take much for what starts as a headache to quickly move to a full-blown migraine.
Let’s explore some of these types of headaches. They may help you avoid an intense migraine in the future.

5 Things I Do When Going on Vacation to Prevent Migraines

5 Things I Do When Going on Vacation to Prevent Migraines

5 Things I Do When Going on Vacation to Prevent Migraines. As we get nearer and nearer to the end of the school year, our minds begin to focus on vacation. What a great time of year. We all look forward to that time away – rest and relaxation! After a whole school year or a hard fall winter and spring at work, we are definitely ready for a break. However, for those of us who suffer with migraines, taking a vacation can be a little more of a challenge as we have to prepare a little more than most people when planning a trip.
So, here are a 5 tips/ideas to help you while you are on vacation.

7 Essentials I Always Pack in My Suitcase for Migraine Relief

7 Essentials I Always Pack in My Suitcase for Migraine Relief

7 Essentials I Always Pack in My Suitcase for Migraine Relief. We are well into the spring now and as as we rush into the summer, people start thinking more about outdoor activities as well as taking vacations. I thought it would be timely to share a few tips I have learned when packing for vacation whether within the U.S. or abroad; short or long trips.
First and foremost, try not to stress about your upcoming vacation or rush the packing portion. It is wise to start early, make a list of things you will need, and take your time planning and preparing.

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