Posts Tagged "migrane"

Magnesium: A Natural Treatment for Migraines

Posted on Jan 2, 2013 in Health Optimization

According to the National Headache Foundation, migraines affect more than 28 million people. Almost half experience chronic migraines. Migraine sufferers typically experience pain on one side of the head, accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to both light and sound. Migraines can occur at any time, but morning time is typical and can last from hours to days. There are two types of migraines; classic and common. Classic migraines are characterized by an aura, light spots that occur just before the onset of the headache. A common migraine is one that occurs without the aura. During a...

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Oxygen Therapy Might Ease Pain Of Migraine, Cluster Headaches

Posted on Dec 31, 2008 in Chronic Disease

ScienceDaily (July 17, 2008) – Two types of oxygen therapy could offer some relief to adults who suffer from disabling migraine and cluster headaches, according to a new research review from Australia. Migraine headaches are severely painful and usually occur with other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and painful sensitivity to light. Cluster headaches cause sharp, burning pain on one side of the head. Physicians commonly rely on a number of drug therapies to both treat and prevent migraine and cluster headaches, but some also prescribe oxygen therapy. The aim of the systematic...

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