It’s vitally important to have a positive attitude, and maintain hope, when trying new Migraine treatments.
For children, the frustration that comes with having Migraine disease can be almost as challenging as the episodes themselves. Here’s what you can do to help.
Hypnic headaches, also called “alarm clock headaches,” wake you up in the middle of the night and can last up to four hours.
A barbiturate is a medication that is used as a sedative, hypnotic, or antispasmodic. The use of these drugs by people with Migraine should be minimal.
Nociception is the neurological process that results in our perception of pain. Those with Migraine have over-reactive, sensitized nociceptors.
Screens can be a potent Migraine trigger. Here are four tools you can use to help prevent an attack.
Education about Migraine disease itself as well as treatments, accommodations, coping, and more is important.
The basics about hemicrania continua, a primary headache disorder that’s not as rare as first thought.
Dr. David Watson and Teri Robert answer a reader’s question about if hysterectomy and hormone replacement therapy are effective for Migraine treatment.
Here’s why trying to keep your Migraines a secret only perpetuates the stigma surrounding the disease.