Author: Carl Cincinnato

Botox For Migraine

Botox is a billion dollar business which is fuelled not only by cosmetic procedures, but also for medical conditions. Chronic migraine has recently been added to the list of conditions for which regulatory bodies around the world have approved the use of Botox as a legitimate treatment. This article reviews the results, evidence and whether Botox warrants our serious consideration or not. 

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Headache or Migraine? 9 Ways Migraine Is Different

Tension headaches are common. Over 70% of the population will experience a tension headache in their lifetime. Migraines are also common but less so, with approximately 1 in 7 people experiencing migraine at some point. That’s around one billion people. However these two conditions are often confused with each other. 

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Vertigo & Vestibular Migraine: A Balancing Act

Migraines that occur with severe dizziness or vertigo. You could be sitting down and all of sudden, spontaneously your head starts to spin. You might be walking down the corridor and loss your balance. Or you might just moved too quickly and feel unsteady for an extended period of time.

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Cefaly Review For Migraine: Does It Work?

There has been plenty of PR and news about the new Star Trek looking TENS units from Cefaly. And after much discussion within the MigrainePal community forums about the device I decided to try one and share my journey with everyone as I went along.

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