Understanding a migraine diet can help you choose which foods to eat and which to avoid. Food is certainly a trigger of migraines as many people have reported migraine attacks after eating something. Knowing which foods trigger migraine headaches can help you prevent them from starting up in the first place. Migraine Diet: Foods to Avoid Foods which are rich in tyramine have long been suspected of causing migraines. While not particularly unhealthy, tyramine can produces migraines for … [Read more...] about The Migraine Diet
Migraine neck pain is both a symptom and a trigger of migraines. It is in fact a very common feature of most migraine attacks. While neck pain is common for people with migraines, they don't associate it with migraines right away. This leads to misdiagnosis and the problems with migraines and neck pains don't get any better. Knowing Migraine Neck Pain Migraine neck pain is most often described as 'a tightness' in the neck. Some can feel it at the base while some describe migraine neck pain as … [Read more...] about Migraine Neck Pain – More Than Just A Pain In The Neck
Stress affects is something everyone deals with off and on throughout life. Stress is how our bodies react to the ever changing external influences in our lives. Depending on how we view it, stress can be positive or negative. Most of the time when we feel stressed, we know it. We can consciously say, "I am stressed out." But sometimes, our bodies do the talking for us loud and clear. There are many physical symptoms that can be stress-related headaches muscle tension poor sleep … [Read more...] about How Is Stress Affecting You?
About a year ago my wife switched us from using regular sponges in the kitchen to some kind of strange rubber cloth that we can throw out after a month or two. The reason for the change? Bacteria and the problem with sponges being a haven for bacteria that can cause disease. There is a story out on MSNBC today that seems to give a solution to these spongeborne bacteria and apparently microwaving is the answer. Disinfecting a kitchen sponge Two minutes in a microwave oven can work for … [Read more...] about Disinfecting a kitchen sponge
Diabetes affects both men and women, and diabetes symptoms in women are often the same as those in men. In the United States, more than 10% of women 20 years old and over have diabetes. This chronic condition affects the body's ability to absorb and utilize glucose or blood sugar. If left untreated, diabetes can lead to health complications such as cardiovascular disease, kidney damage, nerve damage, blindness, and skin infections. Knowing the different diabetes symptoms in women is your … [Read more...] about Diabetes Symptoms in Women