Best Places to Live in the World for Migraine Sufferers

Environment often plays a large role in how severe or frequent your migraines may be. Researchers have compiled a list of the worst and best cities for migraine sufferers to live in. If you are suffering from migraines, it may be worth considering your living conditions. In that case, it may be a good idea to check out the lists below and consider a change in altitude! Top 5 Worst Cities to Live in for Migraines: - Cincinnati, OH - Madison, WI - Knoxville, TN - St. Louis, MO - Nashville, TN Top 5 Best Cities to Live in for Migraines: - New Haven-Bridgeport-Stamford, CT - Boston-Worcester-Lawrence, CT - McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX - El Paso, TX - Salina, CA This research is based o

Most Popular Apps for Tracking Migraines

Defeating your migraines begins with understanding what may be causing them. Migraines can occur due to multiple reasons including diet, exercise, environment, altitude, stress, and exertion. Many sufferers keep a journal that records their migraine attacks. This helps them pin-point what may exactly be the problem, whether it be a trend in their diet or exercise-induced migraines etc. This is always a good idea. Apps are also another great way to track your migraines. If you are not the pen and paper kind of person, then downloading one of these apps onto your phone may be an excellent solution. These apps have tools for coping, advice for solutions, and they connect you with people who hea

Migraines and Sports

Exercise can often induce migraines. High school and middle school kids are forced to drop out of their school sports because of migraines. Adults often quit exercising altogether because of the pain they experience. Dropping out of sports and quitting exercise is not always the answer. You can continue to be active despite your migraines and headaches. Here are some things you should consider when you exercise: Weather If the weather is particularly hot and humid it is more likely to trigger a migraine. Work your exercise schedule around the heat, either running in the early mornings or evenings or exercising in a gym. If you must be outside, always stay hydrated and try to be in the shade

Why Does my Jaw Hurt?

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, known as TMD, is a prominent label for the different kinds of jaw pain. TMD is defined by problems with the joints or muscles of your jaw. The temporomandibular joint is the joint that connects your jaw to the temporal bones in your skull. When this joint becomes injured or sore, utilizing your jaw for speaking, chewing, or yawning can become painful. Common Symptoms of jaw pain include: clicking sounds when you open your mouth ringing in your ears headaches dizziness vision problems pain when chewing or moving your mouth There are several reasons why you may be experiencing jaw pain. Here are several common reasons for TMD: Trauma Physical trauma to your fa

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