How Chiropractors Treat A Chronic Migraine Headache?
A chronic migraine headache is a migraine that is longer and more severe than a regular one. This kind of a headache is more common than you think and also one of the most disabling and defined as primary headache disorders. A chronic migraine headache is usually an idiopathic, recurrent, episodic, debilitating headache that is best cared for by a neurologist.
A chronic migraine headache is a distinct and relatively recently defined subtype of Chronic Daily Headache. This is a distinct type of a migraine that is sometimes progressive. Living with a chronic migraine headache is much more than getting a migraine every so often and debilitating problem that affects up to 5 percent of the population, mostly women. Continue reading “How Chronic Migraine Headache Can Affect Your Everyday Life?”