Can Migraines Cause Seizures?

Migraines and Seizures The term migralepsy describes an extremely rare health condition in which a person has a seizure not long after having a migraine headache. Because migraine headaches and seizures are both neurological conditions, many symptoms, triggers, and treatments overlap. Thus, the question of whether or not the migraines may cause the seizures that some have has been raised.…

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When is a Migraine Headache Not a Migraine?

So, we know the title of this blog is sort of a humorous question. But it is important to understand that your or your child’s migraine may not simply be a migraine that will last for a few hours or even a few days and then go away. We hope this is not true in your or your child’s case,…

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Medicating Your Migraines may Cause Your Migraines

Caffeine and Your Migraines¬† Do you suffer from Migraines-headaches? Did you know migraines are sometime caused by chemicals and preservatives within some foods and beverages. One of those chemicals is caffeine, which everyone knows is found in chocolate and can be found in coffee. Though, not everyone knows caffeine can also be found in certain headache medications. Upper Cervical Chiropractic…

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