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Migraine Headaches in Children – MigreLief® Turning Frowns Upside Down

Migraine Headaches in Children – MigreLief® Turning Frowns Upside Down

Parents Choose Children’s MigreLief Children’s MigreLief  is a gentle, and effective nutritional option for pediatric migraine sufferers ages 2-12. It is a the same effective “daily formula” as Original MigreLief (age 13-adult) with ingredient dosages adjusted to meet the needs of children. MigreLief has been recommended by neurologists, pediatric neurologists, headache specialists and other healthcare professionals for over 2 decades. One of the hardest things for a parent to do is to see their child in pain. Yet every day...
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Help for Children with Headaches & Other Symptoms of Migraine

As June and Migraine Awareness Month winds down, let us not forget that children and babies get migraines too! This disabling disorder significantly impacts the quality of life of both children and parents. Migraines interfere with all aspects of a child’s life and can lead to increased risk of depression. Researchers believe there is an increased sensitivity after each successive migraine attack, eventually leading to chronic daily migraine in some individuals. For this and many other reasons, children’s migraines should...
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KIDS, MIGRAINES AND SCHOOL

It’s the beginning of a new school year and with it parents should be aware that their children are at higher risk for developing headaches and migraines
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Children’s Headaches Rarely Linked to Vision Problems – Ophthalmologists Agree

A common assumption is that headaches in children might be related to poor vision. Often times, children who complain of headaches (as well as visual issues) are referred to pediatric ophthalmologists.  It is estimated that 25% of pediatric patients who see an ophthalmologist for headaches meet the diagnostic criteria for migraine. The percentages were the same for male and female patients. In addition to head pain, during a migraine attack, some children may experience blurred vision, perception of jagged lines,...
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2 Options for Children Age 2+ with Migraines or Headaches

Keep it Simple – A Common Sense Approach to Migraines, Chronic OR Episodic Giving your child a great start in life is not easy with migraines disrupting their progress at every turn. It’s time to empower your kids with the best nutritional support you can and that’s where we come in. MigreLief Original Formula (ages 12-adult) and Children’s MigreLief (age 2 to 11) are patented non-prescription formulas that have been addressing migraines nutritionally for almost 20 years and making a...
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Migraines and a Mother’s Prayers Answered

Every day millions of parents watch helplessly as their child suffers from debilitating migraine attacks.    Approximately 1 out of every 10 school-age children suffer migraines.  Attacks can last from 1 hour to 3 days. Severe head pain is not the only symptom of migraine in children.  Other symptoms include, nausea/vomiting, anxiety, fatigue, dizziness, depression, sensitivity to light, sound and smell, difficulty concentrating, abdominal pain and sleep disturbance. When it comes to migraine control, there are not many safe and...
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Migraines and Behavior in Children

Migraines and Behavior in Children Is There a Link? By Colleen Doherty, MD It’s hard to imagine your child lying in a dark room with a cold, wet cloth over her head, trying to nap away her migraine. Yet this situation is not as uncommon as you may think. Migraines occur in about 11% of children, according to a study involving over 1,700 schoolchildren in Aberdeen, Scotland, and this number only increases during adolescence. As a parent, it’s important to...
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Migraines in Children Associated with Behavioral Problems

Migraines in Children Associated with Behavioral Problems

A recently published article in the journal Cephalagia found that children, who suffer from migraines and tension headaches, are much more likely to experience social issues, attention issues, depression and anxiety than children who do not. The researchers examined the connection between migraines and tension type headaches and behavioral/emotional issues in almost 1,900 children between the ages of 5-11. The results indicated that as the number of migraines a child experienced increased, the severity of the emotional issues increased. The...
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SIGNS THAT YOUR CHILD MAY BE SUFFERING FROM MIGRAINES

When a child has one sided throbbing head pain, that may or may not be accompanied by visual, motor or cognitive dysfunction, there is a chance that your child is suffering from migraines. If your child has cycles of vomiting and nausea and possibly abdominial pain, that last for hours and recur every few months, it is possible your child is suffering from migraines, and a specialist may be need to confirm this diagnosis. If you or your spouse suffers...
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At Last! Nutritional Support For Children’s Migraines – The First Natural Migraine Supplement Just for Kids

At Last! Nutritional Support for Children’s Migraines! The First Natural Migraine Supplement Just for Kids – Children’s MigreLief   LOS ANGELES, Dec. 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — MigreLief, the first name in migraine support, releases a safe and proven effective supplement for children of all ages:   One of the hardest things for a parent to do is to see their child in pain.  Yet every day millions of parents must watch helplessly as their children suffer from debilitating attacks.  About...
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