Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Diet

If you experience exhaustion at the end of the day that is chronic despite of all the night sleep you have and all the amount of activities, you may likely have chronic fatigue syndrome. It is a recognized disorder and it is characterized by the constant feeling of tiredness that does not go away no matter how much you seem to try and rest. Chronic fatigue syndrome diet can make things better as there is the direct connection between the things you eat and the way you feel. Chronic fatigue syndrome diet presupposes t...

Fibromyalgia – A Chronic Pain Disorder

The fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder. The word fibromyalgia is deduced from its three components of "Fibro" = from the Latin fibra fiber, Greek "My" and "Myo" of muscle and myos = "Algiers", also from the Greek algos = pain. It was first described as the clinical picture on 1904, then 1977 and finally in 1990 in the USA. It is a chronic pain illness with symptoms of the joints and musculoskeletal system: pain in all body areas, in particular strain, general weakness, neurological disorders, concentration distu...

Living with Migraine and Headaches

Almost everyone knows headache, these are but temporary symptoms that are easily treated. In medicine, however, there are now 251 different types of headache known. Many of them are rather rare, but some, such as tension headaches, migraines and cluster headaches are now to become diseases, with a relatively high percentage of the population. Unfortunately, headache nowadays is still dismissed as insignificant; individuals are considered, or even presented as sniveling simulators. A new self-help forum, entitled "...

The Types of Migraine

What are the types of migraine? Migraine without aura is the most common type of migraine, accounting for 85–90 percent of all migraines. Only 10–15 percent of individuals with migraine have migraine with aura. There are some migraine syndromes of childhood that may infrequently be experienced by adults. Related headache disorders include tension headache, medication overuse headache, cluster headache, post-traumatic headache, episodic paroxysmal hemicranium, and others. Who gets migraine? Migraine does not appear to...

What is Migrane

I get headaches, so do I need to read a book about migraine? Having an occasional headache is normal and is unlikely to be a sign that anything is wrong. However, recurrent headaches are not normal and are most commonly caused by migraine. Migraine may not be life-threatening, but it is a chronic (long-term) illness that causes significant suffering and disability for millions of people. This article will help you judge whether your headaches are caused by migraine, and will show you how migraine headaches can be manag...