sufferer


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With so many people hiding their condition, Excedrin is shining a light on the impact of migraines at work by enlisting the help of real-life migraine sufferers with the Excedrin Works campaign.
According to her, the court does not take into consideration the emotional condition of the sufferer during questioning.
Each yearthe number of allergy sufferers increases by 5%, with half of all affected being children.
Sinus sufferers can enter to win a SUDAFED REPLAY to help them relive their most regrettable, missed out moments.
2) To disseminate truthful, accurate information to sufferers on all aspects of the condition.
In support of this, some studies have found that the passage of stool through the intestines is delayed in constipation-predominant IBS sufferers but accelerated in diarrhea-predominant IBS sufferers.
It is a very tough illness to confront for the sufferer and family to face, but one that the wider community often does not fully understand.
The researchers used the readings to generate both effective POTs for each migraine sufferer and also two other pairs of grey and coloured lenses with slightly different properties as controls.
One in every four households has a migraine sufferer.
I write this article as a social worker, educator, and chronic pain sufferer.
This photo essay is part of a long-term project by Rhonda Zwillinger, an artist who is herself an MCS sufferer.
He continues: "Unlike many 'alternative medical practices,' the diagnosis of MCS begins a downward spiral of fruitless treatments, culminating in withdrawal from society and condemning the sufferer to a life of misery and disability.
While not a psychological disorder, migraine can have a psychological impact on the sufferer.
The last chapter emphasizes that dementia is not only a problem for the sufferer, but also for families.