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    Childhood Migraines
    HunterInHand posted:
    My son complains of headaches often. Doctors say it's childhood migraines.

    We are altering his diet a bit to remove things that could trigger it. We are making sure he eats frequently enough as this seems to trigger them. Attempting to ensure he gets a quality night sleep, tho this is no easy task.

    Anything else that might help?
    rosielou responded:
    Have you seen any improvement with the change in diet? What are the problems that get in the way of good sleep?

    Childhood migraines are tough to manage and are a real challenge for parents.
    mackallen responded:
    You could take your son for a massage or physical therapy session. The doctors at Corrective Chiropractic & Wellness helped treat my kid who was suffering from migraine.

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