With the aim of improving the quality of life for patients with migraines, a team from the Center for Computational Simulation (CCS) of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) in Spain is working on a project to achieve a wearable device capable of predicting and alerting the onset of migraine pains.
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Nutritional yeast is a popular condiment used among vegans. Described as having a nutty or cheesy flavor, nutritional yeast is often used in place of cheese. Beloved among many vegans, it has long since been a point of contention that nutritional yeast contains MSG. In hopes of clearing up that rumor, it’s important to know this one truth: nutritional yeast doesn’t contain MSG, it is MSG.
A certified holistic nutritionist Carly Graftaas talks about foods and food ingredients that trigger migraines and what foods can help. Here are some of her tips that she shared yesterday on Facebook in Natural Healing Plus Foods group.
A recent study has shown craniosacral therapy to be effective in improving pain intensity, functional disability, and health-related quality of life. It is a non-invasive approach that uses gentle manual palpation techniques to release fascial restrictions between the cranium and the sacrum.
More than 38 million men, women and children in the United States experience migraine headaches. New research has identified a potential link between the digestion of certain foods and triggers for these debilitating attacks.
Migraines are debilitating and intense headaches that are characterized by pulsating and throbbing pain. Migraine attacks can last for hours, but there are home remedies that may help you prevent the headaches from starting and treat them once they appear. Your lifestyle has a strong impact on your health, so even small changes can help.
A recent study adds to the slowly growing understanding and appreciation of the impact of meditation for migraine. Here’s what the team at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center discovered, as well as findings of some previous researchers.