We’ve all been there (and still are there in many cases) – desperately Googling “cures for migraines”, and willing to try most things that look as if they might have some small possibility of working.
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Guy’s and St Thomas headache centre has been trialling a small portable machine which can be used at home as a treatment for migraines.
Although changing your diet may not be the answer to getting rid of your migraines completely, there have been many studies which suggest that eating certain foods could help to reduce migraine intensity and frequency.
Cannabidol oil (CBD), as the name might suggests, can be found in cannabis from the marijuana plant. This might suggest that it’s not something which should ever be used to treat medical conditions – given that it comes from an … Continue reading
A randomized, double-blind study which was published in the journal “Current Medical Research and Opinion”, has found that taking vitamin D3 supplements can significantly lower the number of migraine days experienced by migraine sufferers.
Although Botox is most commonly thought of as a cosmetic surgery treatment designed to smooth out wrinkles, for some migraine sufferers it is their treatment of choice for reducing the number of migraine attacks they experience.
If you’re hoping to start a family, suffering from migraines shouldn’t be something to hold you back. Having said that, the idea of going without your migraine medication is an idea that would fill most migraine sufferers with dread. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has rejected the proposal that the NHS fund the use of a new treatment called Aimovig for migraine sufferers, despite its being approved for use in Europe last July as the … Continue reading
According to a study recently published in the Journal of Child Neurology, children who experience migraines with an aura are more likely (than those children who experience migraine without aura) to have at least one thrombotic risk factor.
According to a recent study, women who suffer with migraines have a significantly reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The study also discovered that, in the years before a diabetes diagnosis, the frequency of migraines decreased.