Migraine treatment involves both treating acute attacks when they occur and developing preventive strategies for reducing the frequency and severity of attacks.
Many effective headache remedies are available for treating a migraine attack. Still, many patients are treated with unapproved drugs, including opoids and barbiturates that can be potentially addictive or dangerous.
The main types of medications for treating a migraine attack are:
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