Morning headaches and sleep disorders can go hand in hand. Discover how morning headaches might be related to sleep troubles — and how to treat these a.m. headache triggers.
Ever wonder why we sigh? Turns out, it can have a lot to do with our emotions. Sighing on the whole is natural and good for you, but learn how excessive sighing may be a warning sign.
An expert explains why the causes of stroke can be different by sex, what they are and what warning signs to look for.
While often associated with ADHD, we all hyperfocus occasionally. Hyperfocus has many upsides. But if it’s becoming an issue for you, you can adjust your surroundings to interrupt your focus. We spoke to a pediatric behavioral health specialist to learn more about this interesting phenomenon.
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When your back hurts — be it a deep ache, a numb tingle or a sharp burn — it’s trying to tell you something. Here’s how to interpret what it’s saying.
If your day is turning out just as bad as you thought it would, you may be caught up in a self-fulfilling prophecy. Here’s the psychology behind why that happens, and how you can turn a negative prediction into a positive one.
Learn how swearing and intelligence correlate, and what impact all those f-bombs have on your health.
An estimated 97% of people have experienced déjà vu, a transitory sensation of having already lived a totally identical situation at some point in the past. A neurologist explains this fleeting phenomenon and what it could mean for your health.
You’ve got a migraine. Should you go to the ER? While most attacks can be treated at home, if it’s the worst headache of your life, it may be time to head to the hospital.
When you work out your body, you’re also doing a great deal of good for your brain. Learn how exercise boosts your brain’s health.