I hope that these posts were not only popular, but helpful to you! It’s time to look at the most popular posts from the past year. If you missed them, now’s the time to catch up.
- Candesartan for Migraine: Just a simple post about a medication that one of our HeadWay subscribers found to be helpful.
- Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) for Migraine: This is basically an update on what we’ve known for a long time – that vitamin B2 is a key migraine treatment. There’s also an update on which supplement sources are the best.
- Do Polarized Lenses make you dizzy, or give you headaches?: It may appear to be a random topic, but since polarized lenses are so important for many people with migraine, it’s an excellent question. I would still love to hear more comments on this one.
- Migraines and Blue Light – Or Maybe Green Light…: There was actually a lot of talk in 2017 about light therapy for migraine. And why not? It’s an easy, relatively inexpensive treatment. But there are some interesting twists to the story.
- A Quick Update on Cefaly for Migraine: Don’t forget about Cefaly – it’s still helping a lot of people! And it’s now new & improved.
- Migraine and TMD: A Complex Relationship (that should not be ignored): Maybe you haven’t heard about TMD or TMJ for a while, but they’re still big issues that affect headache disorders.
- Yes, it matters which Magnesium supplement you use…: Yeah, it actually does. I learned from experience.
- Women, Migraine, and Stroke: This is another issue that isn’t going away any time soon. Here’s a look at some recent studies, and links to more resources to help you.
- Chemotherapy Headache: I wrote this for a friend who was dealing with that very thing. She’s a lot better now, but this post turned out to be one of the most popular of the year.
- Glutamate Levels Higher in People with Migraine: The last on the list may seem a little technical, but glutamate levels are one thing that links migraine patients to those with Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis (MS), and autism.
Later this week we’ll take a look at some of the most popular articles from past years. Meanwhile, have a healthy week!