Headaches

Neuromuscular Massage Therapy for Migraine Relief

Migraine is a common type of headache that affects many people. It is characterized by recurrent moderate to severe pain which affects one-half of the head. Patient may also experience sensitivity to light, smells, or sounds, eye pain, and sometimes nausea and vomiting. There are oral medications that offer temporary[...]
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Natural Relief of Causes of Migraine Headaches

Do you get frequent headaches or migraines? Do you wake up in the morning with neck pain after sleeping? Do you have pain in the front of the neck? If you answered ‘yes’ to any or all of these questions, Massage Revolution here in Manhattan Beach can help clarify many[...]
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The Best Massage Therapists in Manhattan Beach And The South Bay

One of the most common complaints in America today is the 'tension headache,' a pain at the base of the skull that will often be accompanied by pain running up behind the ear, pain at or just in front of the temple, or more rarely in the ridge above one[...]
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The Best Massage in Manhattan Beach And All Of Los Angeles

Headaches from the back of the head, to the forehead and eyes, that feel like the whole side of the heads hurts, almost like a migraine, is common. The suboccipital muscles are the deepest muscles at the base of the skull and the major muscular source of this head pain.[...]
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The Best Massages in Los Angeles to Get Rid of Tension Headaches and Neck Pain.

If you're a chronic sufferer of that particular type of headache that feels like it stretches all along one or both sides of your head like a headband, there's some hope on the horizon. According to a study published in Cephalalgia (an international journal for headache studies)[...]
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The Best Massages in Los Angeles to Get Rid of Headache’s Behind the Eye or Ear.

Most doctors won't hesitate to tell you that (non-migraine) pain behind one eye is a result of some temporary condition -- sinus inflammation being the most common culprit. If you have chronic pain in that area, they often move directly to a much more dire suspect -- multiple sclerosis, for[...]
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Migraine Headaches and Nutrition?

According to a World Health Report, migraines are the nineteenth most common patient complaint worldwide with an 18% of women and 6% of men in the United States experiencing at least one migraine headache episode each year. There is evidence that patients with migraines have an energy deficit disorder associated[...]
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The Best Massages in Los Angeles for Headache and Occiput Pain!

The Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy released a significant study into the source of "behind the eye" headaches a few years ago, and they found that a minor majority (just over half) of behind-the- eye headaches that come with matching ache in the base of the skull are associated[...]
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