A recently published article has examined the relationship between stress and migraines. Published in the French journal Revue Neurologique, the article suggests that stress-relief therapies may even be of use in a migraine prevention setting. The authors discuss the complex … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2014
Taken from the Imigran Recovery website.
A Scots MEP is calling for the EU ban on ‘old school’ incandescent light bulbs to be reconsidered urgently according to a news item from UK Charity Migraine Action. “Low-energy light-bulbs may be 80% more energy efficient, but a sizable … Continue reading
Those of us with episodic migraine who receive inadequate treatment are three times more likely to progress to chronic migraine than those who have an effective treatment. So, instead of suffering through our once in a while migraines, these few … Continue reading
Just as with depression, anxiety is commonly associated with migraine. Researchers have found a higher incidence of anxiety in those who suffer migraine than in the general population. There is such a strong relationship between anxiety disorder and migraine that … Continue reading
Few of us would be surprised to hear that depression often occurs alongside chronic migraine. Who wouldn’t be depressed if they had a headache on more days than not? However, a recent study on migraine and depression led by Dr Sait … Continue reading
Many of us know that poor sleep can have an effect on the frequency of our migraines. Until recently this relationship between insomnia and migraine was not well studied. Researchers at the University of North Carolina (UNC), Chapel Hill, studied … Continue reading