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Can Migraines Cause Erectile Dysfunction??

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And not just out of frustration!

There are some men who find it tough to… rise to the occasion. Of sex!

Science has recently discovered that men with erectile dysfunction are 63% more likely to have

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Miranda Kerr Offers Headache Advice Over Twitter

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Got a headache? Take Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr's advice!

When asked by a fan for "natural remedies" to a bad headache, the beauty replied:

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Diddy Rushed To Hospital With MASSIVE Migraine

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Either the music was too loud and someone REALLY pissed Diddy off last night!

The hip hop mogul was rushed to UCLA's hospital with symptoms of an extreme migraine.

His entourage were so concerned about Diddy's massive headache, they whisked him to the emergency room.

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Withdrawal Symptoms After Quitting Smoking

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Nobody likes being sick, but a FitPerez reader is worried the symptoms may have been brought on by their recent decision to quit smoking! For helpful advice, they wrote smoking counselor Craig Nabat and asked:

Craig! Help! I've given up smoking 3 weeks ago, but now I've got a headache,a sore throat and I'm coughing up some serious flem! Is this normal?

According to Craig:

Don’t worry about any of these symptoms, your body is just detoxifying. One cigarette has over 4,000 toxic chemical in it, your body must some how get rid of these toxins either by coughing up phlegm, excretion through sweat glands, or bodily waste. The following symptoms are experienced when most people quit smoking: Headache, nausea, constipation or diarrhea, drop in blood pressure, irritability, difficulty concentrating, anxiety, depression, increased hunger and caloric intake, desire for sweets, and tobacco cravings.

If you desire these terrible withdrawal symptoms to last even longer just occasionally smoke a cigarette now and then, you’ll end up putting your body into a constant state of withdrawal by doing so…I don’t recommend you go through this route.

Nicotine withdrawal symptoms will continue until you make the definitive decision to never use nicotine again in any form. Everything you are experiencing is temporary, I promise. Continue on the path you are on, you will begin to feel better soon.

Sincerely,
Craig

For more tips to quit smoking, feel free to tweet Craig questions @freedomlaser or write to tips@fitperez.com!

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Nutrition Tips To Ease Your Holiday Hangover

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Ahh, the dreaded hangover. While most aren't as severe as the one that made Bradley Cooper a star, they all still pretty much suck.

Thanks to a slew of upcoming holiday parties, a FitPerez reader is anticipating the worst, but is hoping there are ways to ease the pain.

Not drinking too much is the obvious solution, although Margaux J. Rathbun has some other natural ideas that will answer this reader's question:

Margaux, during the holiday season I go to a lot of parties and drink wine, hard alcohol, and champagne. Tis the season, right? The problem is that I get wicked hangovers the next day. What can I do to make sure my hangovers aren't terrible? Any nutrition tips?

According to Margaux:

In case you have a little “too much” fun one of these nights, there are some ways you can relieve your hangover using nutrition. First of all, be sure that you are staying hydrated with plenty of water, before, during, and after your drinking. You can also try some herbal teas to help settle your stomach, such as ginger and chamomile tea.

Be sure to eat plenty of “hangover healing” foods rich in vitamins (especially B vitamins) and minerals. Apples, bananas, limes, lemons, leafy greens, and whole grains are good choices. Some herbs that can help your hangover include evening primrose oil, cumin, and slippery elm bark. While you are drinking, choose light colored drinks. Drinks that are dark in color tend to have more chemicals that form during fermentation, causing the blood vessels to dilate and produce awful headaches.

For more nutrition tips, be sure to visit Margaux at her website, follow her on twitter @MargauxRathbun and, as always, write us at Tips@FitPerez.com!

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Selena Gomez Feeling Better!

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Thank heavens!

Selena Gomez must have gotten lots of rest and drank lots of Emergen-C over the weekend because she is finally feeling better!

Last week, the singer and actress was rushed to the hospital where she underwent all sorts of blood pressure tests because of nausea and severe headache, but we're happy to report she's totally fine.

On Monday, Selena shared the good news with her fans by tweeting:

"Feeling much better, thank you all for being so understanding. Can't wait to see you all today at Santa Monica Place for the Monte Carlo kick off."

Yay! Glad you're feeling better, gurl! We were a little worried about ya!

She also took time to thank her fans on Facebook for sending out all of the good vibrations and get well wishes last week, writing:

"I just wanted to say thank you so much for all of the get well wishes. I love you guys so much"

It seems she's taken all the time she needs to recover and is getting right back into her hectic celebrity life with an appearance at a mall in Santa Monica on Monday to promote her new film Monte Carlo.

We hope whatever was bothering her doesn't come back anytime soon!

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Botox For Migraines? FDA Says Yes!

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Looks like Botox is about to get a whole lot more socially acceptable!

The FDA has approved Botox injections to be used as a preventative against chronic migraines in adults.

They've recommended that the drug be injected every three months, around the head and neck, as a measure to dull headache symptoms in the future.

According to a statement, Botox "has not been shown to work against migraines that occur 14 days or fewer per month, nor has it been shown to work for other forms of headache."

Okay, so it doesn't work for ALL migraines, but at least it seems to be useful for seriously chronic sufferers.

Here's what associate professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Elizabeth W. Loder, had to say about this new usage of Botox:

"The benefits are modest when you look at the overall results. But, of course, within those results, there are always patients who do much better than the average and there are patients who don't have any benefit.

It will provide more options for patients who currently have very few forms of treatment available to them … when you are dealing with a problem like this, even modest improvement can mean the difference between being able to go to work and not being able to function very well."

Certainly an inneresting new revelation. We'll def be curious to hear more before we jump on the Botox bandwagon!

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