As you may be aware, there are many different types of treatments from migraine. Each of the treatments that are available depend on the severity of your migraines. For example, those that have extreme migraines are debilitating for the sufferer and last more than 24 hours are likely to need more intensive medication prescribed by a doctor. However, those that have more infrequent migraines, or migraines that are not as severe, can get by on over-the-counter medication.
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Asthma is the most common chronic (long-term) childhood disease. In America about nine million children are diagnosed with asthma. Up to ten per cent of children in Europe are also suffering from asthma symptoms. Unfortunately parents of these children are often uninformed about the various ways to control childhood asthma.
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Sleep trackers are small gadgets that let you know whether your lifestyle habits are having any impact on your sleep quality. These smart devices pick up data that keeps track of body movements at night and then provide feedback that allows you to evaluate and quantify your quality of sleep.
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Migraines can be seen as a form of a severe head pain that is almost three times as common in women than men. If you don’t suffer with migraines yourself, then it is almost impossible to know the true extent of how debilitating they can be. Often, many people just think that migraines are just a form of headache.
However, this is far from the truth – as a migraine sufferer will soon tell you. Migraines are more than headaches because they involve a disturbance in the sensory activity of the brain and are more than just pain.
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If you have a busy lifestyle, cutting back on sleep might seem like the only way to meet the countless demands of your day. Perhaps you have to go to school, attend game practice and still make time for study and a little entertainment. With adults, there is work, gym training, buying groceries or managing a business. Indeed, most people these days have so many things to do and so they sacrifice their sleep time in order to get as much as they can out of each day.
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Menstrual migraines affect only women and are quite debilitating. The migraines are affected by hormones fluctuating through the menstrual cycle. Women suffer from migraines 3 times more frequently then men and those which are controlled by hormones are classified as menstrual headaches. Menstrual headaches occur in 60 percent of all women who suffer from migraines.
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Many people choose to sacrifice their sleep in order to get more done each day. While using a few hours of your nap time to work or study more may seem like the best way of “going the extra mile”, sleep deprivation can have a wide range of negative effects. Unfortunately, the disadvantages of not getting enough sleep are beyond daytime drowsiness and can’t be fixed with a daily dose of caffeine. Lack of sleep can jeopardize your safety and that of others around you or lead to serious health consequences. The following is a list of some surprising negative effects of inadequate sleep.
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There are tens of thousands of people who are affected by asthma in their lives. Because of a large number of people who are affected, there are also a large number of myths and facts about asthma that are urban legends. Is it fact or is fiction? You may be surprised by the answers.
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It goes without saying that we need to sleep in order to function at optimal levels. Sleeping well improves your appearance, brainpower, memory and other vital body functions. It also reduces your risk of gaining weight, feeling fatigued or developing chronic health conditions. Both adults and children need 6 or more hours of sleep every night for optimal health. However, just because you’re getting the recommended hours of sleep each day does not mean that your body is getting the rest that it needs. A lot of people toss and turn all night, don’t feel like getting out of bed in the morning and drink plenty of coffee to avoid drowsiness during the day. If you’re suffering from such sleep problems, then you need to improve the quality of your sleep. Here are a few top tips on how to boost your sleep quality.
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Asthma is a chronic condition that affects 10’s of thousands of people across the world. Although it isn’t curable it is controllable. ‘Asthma’ is the Greek word for pant or to breath hard. The Greek’s named it ‘asthma’ because the wheezing sound is diagnostic of the condition.
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It doesn’t take a genius to realize that sleep is beneficial for the body. After an uninterrupted sleep session, you feel refreshed, full of energy and ready to take on the day. The importance of sleep goes beyond boosting your mood and energy levels. In recent years, scientists have gone to great lengths to understand the health benefits that sleep brings. In this article we’ll be looking at exactly how sleep enhances your health.
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