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Sleeping Disorder Symptoms and How to get Relief

Sleeping disorders keep you from getting proper rest and, sometimes, if you do receive proper rest you still feel drowsy throughout the day. Sleeping disorder symptoms occur not just at night but during the day as well and sleeping disorder symptoms may have more of an impact on your life than you realize, as lack of sleep can change how both the brain and body function.

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Occipital Neuralgia Can Be More Than Just A Simple Headache

Headaches are one of the most common health problems. Tension headaches, which are the most common type of headache, affect 80 percent of adults from time to time. Tension headaches feel like a band squeezing the head, creating pain on the forehead.

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Herniated Disc Treatments – are Herniated Disc Chiropractic Treatments a Good Alternative?

Your spinal cord is made up of vertebrae that are cushioned by small discs. These small discs are located in between each of the vertebrae and act as a shock absorber, provide mobility to the spine, and act as tough ligaments to hold the vertebrae of the spine together. In each spinal column, there is a total of twenty-three discs. If there is a problem with any of the discs, they can cause unique symptoms to occur.

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Headache on Head Top

Headache on Head Top

Headache on head top, or a tension-type headache (TTH), is a pain usually described as a tight band fitting around your head or the feeling of a weight placed the crown of your head. This type of headache is the most common type of headache that is located on the top of the head.

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Is Upper Cervical a Natural Scoliosis Treatment?

Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine. Usually scoliosis is diagnosed at an early age, either in childhood or early adolescence, but the primary onset of scoliosis is 10-15 years of age, affecting both genders equally. Although scoliosis is typically diagnosed at a young age, it is possible for scoliosis to be diagnosed in adulthood.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Link to Upper Cervical Health

Post-traumatic stress, or PTSD, is a mental health disorder affecting more than 13 million Americans. Post-traumatic stress is developed from a shocking, scary, or dangerous life experience. Certain triggers can cause the person to have involuntary, split-second changes in their body to help avoid or defend themselves. 

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A Naturally Way to Fix Your Pinched Nerve

A pinched nerve occurs when there is too much pressure applied to a nerve and can happen in various places throughout the body. Having a pinched nerve can lead to damage over time if left untreated by creating numerous conditions and chronic pain.

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Can Upper Cervical Help Your Neck Pain Migraine?

Neck pain is the most common symptom of a migraine. In a survey containing 144 migraine patients, 3 out of 4 say they experience neck pain with their migraines with 60% who experience neck pain before the migraine begins.

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Herniated Disc Chiropractic Treatments a Good Alternative?

Your spinal cord is made up of vertebrae that are cushioned by small discs. These small discs are located in between each of the vertebrae and act as a shock absorber, provide mobility to the spine, and act as tough ligaments to hold the vertebrae of the spine together. In each spinal column, there is a total of twenty-three discs. If there is a problem with any of the discs, they can cause unique symptoms to occur.

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Can Upper Cervical Help my Child with Cerebral Palsy Syndrome?

Cerebral palsy syndrome is a nonprogressive disorder characterized by involuntary movements or impaired posture that result from damage dealt to an immature, developing brain often before birth. Many infants are not diagnosed with cerebral palsy syndrome until they are closer to the age of two as it is impossible to diagnose cerebral palsy syndrome with any certainty beforehand.

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