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Migraines

Ginger Tea Recipes -Tasty Beverage with Many Health Benefits

Ginger is one of the most widely used herbs in the world and has many health benefits.  It is native to Asia but cultivated in the West Indies, Jamaica, and Africa. Tea is the most gentle form of consuming ginger. Ginger tea is a healthy beverage made from peeling and grating fresh ginger root, immersing it in boiling water, and simmering the tea for 15 to 20 minutes depending on the desired strength. Ginger tea has a spicy, invigorating taste. It’s...
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Ocular Migraine vs. Visual Migraine — What is the Difference?

Not all migraine sufferers experience the head pain commonly associated with migraine attacks. Some people experience a type of silent migraine with visual disturbance but no head pain. “Ocular migraine” also known as “retinal migraine” is often confused with “visual migraine” which is a symptom of visual changes or vision loss resulting from the aura phase of the common migraine. However, for people who experience ocular migraines, the visual changes are a little different and can be very frightening as...
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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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BENEFITS OF MIGRAINES?

Can their be benefits to getting migraines. A recent study found migraine sufferers are less likely to get breast cancer.
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Famous People with Migraine Headaches

Kings, Queens, Princesses and Celebrities, all suffer from migraines. Queen Elizabeth I and II, King Henry the VIII, Princess Margret and some of the richest, most powerful and most famous, were plagued by the life disrupting phenomenon of MIGRAINES. They could have been helped, find out how.
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The Royal Wedding: A Royal Headache?

Royals get migraines too! King Henry the eighth, Queen Elizabeth I and II, all suffered with migraines. Well there is some interesting research that Kate and all of you other women who may experience a migraine on a special night, should know about.
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The Connection Between Bipolar Disorder & Migraines?

Researchers have found that between 51-82% of Bipolar II patents also suffer from migraines. Conversely, patients with migraine had a higher frequency of affective disorder (47% versus 22% in patients without migraine)(affective disorders are emotional disorders like depression that occur with no visible abnormality of the brain) and a higher number of anxiety disorders. For migraine sufferers who also suffer from bipolar disorders and for bipolar patients who are also experiencing chronic migraines, a safe and effective, magnesium containing, supplement...
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At Last – Effective Nutritional Support For Children Suffering with Migraines

At Last! Nutritional Support for Children’s Migraines! The First Nutritional 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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Migraines & Traveling

Chronic migraine sufferers often report an increase in their migraine activity when traveling. Coming down with a migraine is never fun and especially so, when you get one while away from home.
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