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The Relationship between Migraines and TMJ

Behind dental cavities, migraines are the third most common illness in the world, affecting about 14 percent of the population. Migraines can start as a throbbing sensation, then develop into nausea, vomiting (throwing up), extreme sensitivity to light, vision loss, and severe pain in one side of the head that can last [...]

Is Malocclusion Causing Your Headache?

One of the biggest problems with headaches is figuring out what's causing them. Once we find a cause, we can usually find a treatment. But if you can't find the cause, you are probably still desperately in search of treatment. Are you an adult who suffers from {{{{link id='3981' text='chronic headaches'}}}}? Have you tried [...]

Interrupted Sleep Linked to Migraines

If you suffer from migraines, the odds are good that you’ve tried many strategies to relieve your headaches and stop from developing new ones. One problem people often realize is linked to migraines is sleep problems. You might know this and try to get as much sleep as you can. However, new research [...]

Newly Approved Migraine Treatment

If you suffer from frequent headaches, you know how disruptive they can be. One minute you’re hard at work on a deadline, and the next you’re curled up on your bed with the blinds drawn. Migraines especially can ruin your day. Lasting between 4-72 hours, they can come with not just pain, [...]

Headaches Could Mean Significant Problems At Work

According to a YouGov poll facilitated in the UK during Migraine Awareness Week, sixty-four percent of adults believe their employers don’t understand the nature of migraines and its effects on staff. Those who suffer from migraines recognize their severity. At their worst, migraines can be accompanied by symptoms of nausea or vomiting, and extreme sensitivity [...]

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