Migraines in the Elderly
A primary headache disorder that causes moderate to severe pain, sensitivity to light, smell and sometimes nausea and vomiting.
Migraines: What Causes Them and How Can You Get Relief?
Migraine headaches can be debilitating and inconvenient, especially for those who are providing care for aging loved ones. Knowing what causes migraines and the specific triggers to avoid can help caregivers dodge these painful attacks.21 Comments
Medical Marijuana for Seniors: Weighing the Risks, Benefits and Out-of-Pocket Costs
Cannabis is a hot topic among elders who are weary of prescription drugs and seeking alternatives for managing symptoms like pain and anxiety. But medical marijuana isn’t for everyone—there are medical, legal and financial implications to consider.2 Comments
Can caregiver burnout resemble flulike symptoms or migraines?27 Answers
92 year old Mom is still suffering from chronic headaches. Any ideas?9 Answers
Medicaid terminated and we didn’t receive any type of notification. Any advice?4 Answers
I have to get resources for a place for mom. My health is in immediate, extreme duress. I need help that is a real solution for her care.3 Answers