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Migraine Causes

Smoking Cigarettes and Migraine Headaches

Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States, according to the CDC. But aside from killing up to half of its users, smoking can also trigger headaches and migraines. Smoking and migraines Almost every person in the world has had a headache at some point or another. Some people get them sporadically, only experiencing one or two mild episodes per year. A few others, however, are more susceptible to getting frequent headaches or...
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Lifetime Television “The Balancing Act” Interviews Creator of MigreLief

Lifetime Television “The Balancing Act” Interviews Curt Hendrix, Creator of MigreLief, Regarding Chronic Migraine More than 30 million people in the US suffer from migraines, and more than three-quarters are women. The key is not to treat the symptoms, but to prevent debilitating migraines from occurring in the first place. Learn about your nutritional options. Watch the interview below, and visit MigreLief.com for more information.  
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Sleep Deprivation and Migraines

Sleep Deprivation Shown to Lead to Actual Changes in Brain Protein Associated With Migraine Pain Perhaps you’ve read some of the past articles where I spell out the importance of consistent, quality sleep, for overall health and specifically for migraine sufferers. Now researchers at Missouri State University have demonstrated that sleep deprivation actually leads to changes in key brain proteins that are associated with migraines developing. These proteins, in essence, seem to render nerves more susceptible to expressing pain and...
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Belly Fat and Migraine Risk

Belly Fat and Migraine Risk In a paper presented at the American Academy of Neurology, a recent study suggested that patients between the ages of 20-55 ( both men and women but especially women) who had a bigger waistline, particularly with excess fat around the stomach, were at increased risk of experiencing migraines. Waist circumference was found to be a better predictor of migraine activity than general obesity in both men and women up until age 55. Earlier research has linked...
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