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World pain experts to address Galway meeting

New advances in the diagnosis and treatment of common but often debilitating conditions such as migraine will be discussed at the Irish Pain Society’s annual scientific meeting at the Radisson Hotel on Saturday.

NUI, Galway pain research unit looking for headache sufferers

The Centre for Pain Research at NUI Galway is currently recruiting people with chronic or recurrent daily headaches to take part in an online pain management programme.

Easter-egg headache for migraineurs?

In the coming weeks boxes of chocolate Easter eggs will begin to stack up in living rooms across the country but, for half a million people in Ireland, Easter can become one big headache … or migraine.

Valentine’s headache for migraineurs

Valentine’s Day may be the time to spark off romance, but for half a million people in Ireland the day can also spark off a migraine.

Headache and migraine

Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine have been used to relieve headaches and migraines for thousands of years.

Free healing and meditation evening

Bring your loved ones and friends to personally experience the health benefits of pranic healing at an event which will take place on November 3 at the Parish Centre, Castlebar at 8.30pm.

Eliminate migraine triggers before exams

More than 10 per cent of students suffer from migraine – a debilitating neurological condition that can last up to three days.

Headache and migraine

Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine have been used to relieve headaches and migraines for thousands of years.

Will Santa bring migraine this Christmas?

Santa Claus, the man who delivers toys to millions of children worldwide, is also hiding something more sinister in his sleigh – a sack full of trigger factors for millions of migraineurs. Behind the presents, wrapped beneath the tree, lurks a migraine-inducing chocolate selection box. For every Barbie doll dropped down the chimney, a bottle of red wine pops open in the kitchen. And for every smiling face of a child, there’s the grimace of a stressed-out parent in the background.

The Migraine Association of Ireland has launched a new migraine and diet leaflet to help food migraineurs to identify triggers and better manage their condition. The association will be distributing t

Elaine O’Shaughnessy is the new nutritionist in Molloy’s Lifestyle Pharmacies, Ballina. She completed a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry from the National University of Ireland Galway and a MSc in Human Nutrition and Dietetics from Coleraine University. She is also currently a student of the College of Naturopathic Medicine. Altogether, Elaine has a total of eight years’ experience in the health care industry with a special focus in the community setting dealing with chronic preventable diseases.

 

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