Migraines affect millions of people but are still, according to Scientific American, "one of the most misunderstood, poorly recognized and inadequately treated medical disorders."
About 14 million American adults suffer from chronic migraines, severe headaches that occur 15 or more days a month for at least three months and are not caused by any other condition. However, despite the frequency of chronic migraines, the disorder is difficult to diagnose. The National Headache Foundation estimates that fewer than half of all those who suffer from migraines, either chronic or occasional, receive this diagnosis. As a result, many do not get the care they need.Read More
If you have ever had a migraine, you know pain. You have felt the throbbing pressure in your skull. You know what it is like to hide in a dark, quiet room just to be able to breathe. And you have probably tried every over-the-counter migraine relief medication on the market.Read More
Welcome to the TruDenta blog — in the coming days this space will fill up with tips for managing TMJ-related issues like jaw pain, headaches/migraines, and tinnitus.
But first, let’s answer some common questions about TruDenta and the issues that it treats.Read More
Stigma often prevents many who live with chronic illnesses like depression or migraines from seeking out proven treatment. Many of you may remember the commercial from few years ago that addressed depression. It asked “where does depression hurt” and “who does depression hurt,” with the answers being … everywhere and everyone. The image that sat with me was a dog with a ball in its mouth ready to play till enough time passed that it gave up and lay down. The same may be said for those living with chronic migraines.Read More
Halloween is the start of the Fall Holiday Season. Whether you join your kids trick or treating or attend one of the many great halloween parties your friends or family are having, Halloween can be a trick or treat to your headache and migraine health. Depending on your particular triggers some candies and other treats can help.Read More
Migraines can strike anyone — did you know that Vincent Van Gogh may have been a chronic migraine sufferer? It's likely that Van Gogh struggled with other illnesses like epilepsy or bipolar disorder, but his frequent bouts of "sick headaches" (as they were called at the time) has led some to suggest that he may have also been suffering from chronic migraines.Read More
Our network of practitioners around the country are woking to bring relief to their patients suffering from Chronic Headaches, Migraines, TMJ/D, Tinnitus and Vertigo. We receive testimonials from these patients every week. They all have one thing in common, "getting their life back."Read More