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The temperatures are changing and so are my migraines...Could they be related? When winter comes around, most people are thinking about the upcoming holidays, time with family and their resolutions for the new year, but migraine sufferers have something else on their mind:  Migraines. According to the Migraine Relief Center, "The changing seasons often bring increased migraine frequency, and a feeling of helplessness because it seems the situation is beyond control."  On top of that, there are other direct culprits when it comes to increased migraines during the winter months. 1. Change...

New Year. New You. With 2017 coming to a close, most people across the country are starting to put their New Year’s Resolution plan in place. For many people, living a healthier lifestyle will be at the top of their list for 2018. You may already be planning out the number of steps you need to take each day and how much water to consume, but you should also be proactive about establishing a Migraine Prevention Plan to improve your overall health, mood, and quality of life in the new...

Even when using Migraine Stop, once in a while migraine symptoms break through and affect us in our daily lives. When this happens it can shock us and we begin looking for anything and everything to stop the pain.  Here's a chart from our friends at Migraine Buddy. They asked their subscribers what quick fixes are most effective when a migraine comes on and this is what they found.    Click Here For Original Article   The top three non-drug reliefs were ice packs, hot showers, and a heating pad....

You know we love to learn about up and coming science behind migraines. We came across this gem that says Migraineurs are actually smarter and more evolved than others.  Here's what the study said: "Susceptibility to migraine is determined by genetic factors and is therefore subject to the forces of natural selection. Migraine is a common and ancient disorder whose prevalence may be increasing, suggesting that a migraine-prone nervous system may be associated with reproductive or survival advantages. Five evolutionary explanations are reviewed that might account for the persistence of...

We strongly advise anyone suffering from Migraines to start making time to jot down a fewnotes each day. Not only can it help you track your Migraine symptoms and frequency, but it's also a perfect way to declutter your mind. Rest and relax with these stress relieving writing topics. Write a page, or just fill in the blank—once a day or once a week, we know this can help you! 30 Day Stress Relieving Journal Topics. Download The Free Printable Here Share With Us On Facebook Here Share your reflections, thoughts...

When your mind is racing, and you can't stop thinking, it's exhausting. Always being "on" can be too much to bear. Here are 10 tips to help yourself declutter your mind and slow down. 10 Ways to Declutter Your Mind Clean up your physical space Write your thoughts down Get outside Limit your use of electronics Stop multi-tasking and prioritize instead Stop overbooking yourself Talk it out Get lost in a book Practice breathing Let go of the past Stress, anxiety, and tiredness can all cause Migraines. We are all...

When suffering from Migraines, we try anything to take the pain away. It is important to take preventative measures to reduce the frequency and severity of Migraines, which is why Migraine Stop was created. Migraine Stop is an all-natural daily supplement that has helped many Migraine sufferers find relief. Our specific formula was built to make sure the Magnesium in our supplements can pass the blood-brain barrier. Let’s discuss the Migraine Stop ingredients and their benefits. 3 Best Forms of Magnesium Magnesium Acid Chelate. Magnesium connected to amino acids. Magnesium...

Most of us will experience an occasional headache due to illness, lack of sleep, stress, missing a meal, or a number of other common reasons. When you feel a headache coming on, you would normally just take some over-the-counter medicine to alleviate your pain, and then get on with your day. Unfortunately, migraine sufferers don’t have it so easy. For some, a migraine can come on at any time—disrupting your daily routine, job, and social life. All too often, migraine sufferers are forced to stay at home in bed, rather...