Researchers examine the clinical impact of reduced headache frequency as a treatment goal for patients with chronic migraine.
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In a systematic review, researchers assessed the effects of different antihypertensive medications on migraine prevention.
Researchers sought to describe traditional preventative treatment patterns in the OVERCOME (EU) study migraine cohort, and treatment patterns and patient satisfaction with current treatment in a subgroup of patients eligible for migraine preventative medication.
New clinical practice guidelines outline specific therapeutic exercises to treat migraine symptoms.
Researchers profiled patients with migraines according clinical and psychophysical characteristics.
Researchers argue that chronic migraine should not be solely defined by headache frequency alone.
The noninvasive device not only stopped acute attacks, but reduced overall headache frequency.
Researchers identified similar characteristics in adolescent girls who experience frequent headaches.
Researchers found data indicating that propranolol reduces episodic migraine headaches from 5 to 3 per month.
Improvements in headache frequency and disability may be observed in individuals with migraine without changes in pain avoidance or endurance behavior.