Migraine headache – Causes and diagnosis

Saturday, February 27, 2010

A migraine headache is a unilateral headache, the symptoms of which include nausea, vomiting and increased ocular, aural and nasal sensitivity. A migraine headache attack is recurrent in nature and as the person grows older the attacks also increase in severity.

Migraine – A brief overview of symptoms and complications

Migraine is a neurological condition. This neurological syndrome is more common in women than in men. The condition is characterized by headaches and nausea. Most men and women display a change in bodily perceptions when suffering from migraines. A typical migraine headache lasts for anywhere between 4 and 72 hours.

All About Hot Yoga

For fitness lovers, trying new things keeps exercise fun and exciting. Many people try yoga and they either like it or they don`t. Yoga is a different kind of exercise because it involves lots of stretching and calm breathing movements. For yoga fans, trying hot yoga takes it to a whole new level. It takes everything they know about yoga and turns it up a notch.

 
 
 

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