Migraines May Be Triggered by Oxidative Stress

Writted by Dr Mikaël Reney3 December 2017 Categories: Non classé @en

Migraines are an extremely disabling group of neurological symptoms including: Severe pulsating or throbbing head pain that usually affects only one side of the head (in a third of the attacks, both sides are impacted) Sensitivity to certain odors, bright lights, and loud noises Dizziness or vertigo (a spinning sensation) Nausea and vomiting Tingling or […]

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Meniere’s Disease Linked to Previous Head Trauma

Writted by Dr Mikaël Reney5 September 2017 Categories: Non classé @en

Meniere’s disease is named after the French physician, Prosper Meniere, who first labeled the illness in 1861. It a disorder of the inner ear and often related to how the fluid of the ear sends signals to the brain about the location of the body. If the fluid has changed in volume or part of […]

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A Close Look at Migraines – How to Find Natural Relief

Writted by Dr Mikaël Reney25 June 2017 Categories: Non classé @en

Migraines seem to be quite common in today’s stressful world, but don’t mistake them for being a normal part of life. Doctors and researchers agree migraines should not happen, and they are not sure why they do occur. A migraine is neurological in origin and can rob one of many of the joys of life […]

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