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Magnesium: the mineral you may be missing

From foxnews.com

By Dr. Dennis Goodman Magnesium is an essential mineral that is critical to multiple vital functions of the body, yet it's one that many of us overlook. In fact, some estimates suggest more than 80 percent of Americans aren't getting enough. Magnesium helps to maintain normal muscle and nerve function…

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Here's How To Stop A Migraine Before It Destroys Your Whole Day

From huffingtonpost.com

Dominic Lipinski/PA WIRE Migraines cause severe throbbing in the head, sensitivity to light, sounds or smells, and are brutally painful. Researchers don't agree on the number of Americans who suffer from migraines, but official numbers range from 16.2 percent to 22.7 percent.

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almost 3 years
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How To Survive A Migraine At Work

From huffingtonpost.com

You have a critical presentation to deliver at the end of the day. The one you've been working on for months. And then it happens. That feeling when you know a migraine is coming. Today is definitely not the time for a migraine. Yet, like it or not, it's coming.

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about 3 years
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New Migraine Drugs Would Stop the Pain Before It Starts

From nbcnews.com

Any migraine sufferer dreads the onset of another bout — the intense pain, nausea, vertigo and other symptoms that can knock you out of action for days. Now doctors are encouraged by a new class of drugs that can prevent a migraine from even starting.

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7 Ways To Stop A Migraine Before It Starts

From prevention.com

If you only get migraines once in a while, you're one of the lucky ones (as lucky as you can get with crushing headaches, that is). Those who aren't as fortunate-called "migraineurs"-have chronic migraines, defined by the Mayo Clinic as eight or more migraines a month.

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about 3 years
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Migraines: Could This Increase Your Stroke Risk?

From scienceworldreport.com

First Posted: Jul 23, 2015 09:00 PM EDT New findings published in the journal Neurology reveal that older smokers who also experience migraines may be at an increased stroke risk. "Our findings may provide more evidence as to why quitting smoking is important for people who experience migraine," researcher Teshamae…

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almost 3 years
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Beat Migraine-Inducing Heat

From migrainecenters.com

The Fourth's fireworks have come and gone and now you have one sure thing to look forward to-a spike in summer heat. For many migraine sufferers, that equals more headaches. Studies have shown that it's not as much the heat, but an increase in temperature that often triggers migraines.

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Migraines hammer nearly half of U.S. adults

From thespectrum.com

An estimated 47 percent of the adult American population suffer from regular migraine headaches, the disorder is poorly recognized and inadequately treated. A migraine headache is a primary disorder that tends to recur in an individual and is moderate to severe if left untreated. It can be one sided, throbbing…

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Your Jaw May Be to Blame for Your Migraine Headaches

From clevelandclinic.org

Although a migraine is severe to moderate pain that you feel at the top or side of your head, the trouble may actually start at the bottom of your skull. Your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the hinge that connects your jaw to your skull. Your TMJ allows you to talk…

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about 3 years