Migraine management

Non-pharmacological points for patients and healthcare professionals MIGRAINE MANAGEMENT — Migraine is a highly prevalent disorder with an enormous burden on societies. Different types of medications are used for controlling both acute attacks and prevention. This article reviews some non-pharmacological recommendations aiming to manage migraine disorder better and prevent headache attacks. Different triggers of migraine

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Mindfulness and Migraine

Mindfulness and Migraine— Mindfulness and pharmacological prophylaxis after withdrawal from medication overuse in patients with Chronic Migraine: an effectiveness trial with a one-year follow-up. MINDFULNESS AND MIGRAINE — Chronic migraine (CM) is a disabling condition, which worsens when associated with medication overuse (MO). Mindfulness is an emerging technique, effective in different conditions, but has not

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Gut-brain Axis

Gut and Brain— A comprehensive review GUT AND BRAIN AXIS — The terminology “gut-brain axis“ points out a bidirectional relationship between the GI system and the central nervous system (CNS). To date, several researches have shown that migraine is associated with some gastrointestinal (GI) disorders such as Helicobacter pylori (HP) infection, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS),

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Preventing migraine episodes

Preventing migraine episodes — non medical techniques. PREVENTING MIGRAINE EPISODES — NON MEDICAL TECHNIQUES.For those looking to prevent migraine episodes, managing stress is crucial. Relaxation practices such as deep breathing, meditation, and progressive relaxation can help. Spending time in a calming place away from triggers, spending time in nature, practicing yoga, tai chi, or acupuncture,

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Shift work and migraine

Shift work and migraine— A systematic review Typical characteristics of the migraine headache are unilateral location, throbbing or pulsating quality, aggravation by routine physical activity and head movements, as well as the association with photophobia, phonophobia, gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea and emesis, as well as cutaneous allodynia and dizziness. Migraine is a chronic neurological

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Mindfulness and Chronic Migraine

Mindfulness, pharmacological prophylaxis and Chronic Migraine MINDFULNESS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPHYLAXIS AFTER WITHDRAWAL FROM MEDICATION OVERUSE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC MIGRAINE: AN EFFECTIVENESS TRIAL WITH A ONE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP.Chronic Migraine (CM) is a disabling condition, worsened when associated with Medication Overuse (MO). Mindfulness is an emerging technique, effective in different pain conditions, but it has yet to

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