Frequent headaches affect nearly 50 million Americans each year, and while most of those headaches do not pose serious health risks, they can have a serious impact on our ability to function well. For a very select group of people, recurring headaches are a true neurological disorder that can only be controlled or alleviated with prescription medication. But for most of us, headaches are often caused or exacerbated by a combination of factors that are well within our control. Dr. Rich has written a series of articles addressing these factors and providing some resources. We invite you to learn more below.
Exercise, Rest, and Stress
Jaw Injuries & Muscle Strain
Hormones, Medication, and Environment