Headaches and migraines are extremely common and vary widely in severity and frequency. One trait shared by chronic headaches and migraines is their repetitive nature: sufferers experience these conditions many times throughout their lives. Migraines differ from regular headaches in that they produce a visual “aura” of flashing lights or other visual disruptions. They tend to be more painful than regular headaches, and vomiting or nausea can even accompany the onset of a migraine. Traditional treatment of migraine headaches can involve prescription pills that carry their own risks and side effects. Thankfully, more effective and gentle methods of treatment are available.
HBOT, is a type of treatment used to speed up healing of carbon monoxide poisoning, gangrene, stubborn wounds, and infections in which tissues are starved for oxygen.
Hormone Therapy is recommended for people who experience perimenopause with symptoms that negatively affect quality of life.
HRT introduction is associated with improved delayed memory and larger entorhinal and amygdala volumes in APOE4 carriers.