“About every two weeks Tabea has a migraine attack”

If your daughter Tabitha starts to blink or the ten years of the noise of the siblings, is suddenly too much, know Kathrin Schenk know: A migraine attack begins. “My daughter is extremely light and noise sensitive,” says the 38-year-old mother. The girls have to retreat to bed helps then often, and the best at the darkened Windows. “About every […]

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The painful truth about what having a hangover really does to your body

The pounding head. The parched mouth. And, worst of all, the crushing sense of anxiety as you cast your (foggy) mind back to the night before and try to remember if you said or did anything awful. Most of us have woken up with a hangover at some point and struggled through the day wondering how on earth a few […]

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Five tricks to avoid a hangover

Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a complex of dehydration and the effects of chemicals remaining in the body after the digestion of alcohol. Guaranteed to avoid a hangover is hardly possible – science still can’t answer exactly what causes this serious condition. But if not avoided completely, greatly reduce the extremely uncomfortable symptoms of a hangover is still possible. Trick one: […]

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