Migraine is a genetic condition that is the result of neurological dysfunction in the brain and brainstem.
The muscles and joints in the neck can be contributing to your migraines. You'll want to make sure your spine is aligned and has proper range of motion.
Migraines can come in cycles and coincide with changes in hormones. Testing can be performed in order to ensure proper hormonal balance.
Certain foods can cause low levels of inflammation and even trigger migraines. Identifying and removing food triggers, along with managing blood sugar is crucial to migraine relief.
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