Recovery time varies depending on which class of medication the patient is overusing.
Persistent asthma was found to be associated with an increased frequency of migraine.
Migraine in pregnancy may warrant early referral to a neurologist and more intensive surveillance as a result of increased adverse birth events.
The use of combined hormonal contraceptives significantly increases the risk of ischemic stroke in women with migraine with aura but not in women with migraine without aura.
Migraine affects approximately 20% of the general population and is associated with an increased risk for ischemic stroke.
Cognitive behavioral therapy provides sustained relief from pediatric migraine with few to no adverse effects.
A follow-up study revealed the benefits of sphenopalatine ganglion stimulation for the prevention of cluster headache attacks.
Men with low serum vitamin D levels had significantly increased odds of headache compared with those who had normal levels.
While likely a placebo effect, spinal manipulation may be an option for patients with migraine refractory to treatment.
Glucocorticoids are often prescribed to RCVS patients either due to a misdiagnosis of PACNS, or fear of missing PACNS.
Cold and clammy hands and feet were common among pediatric patients with tension-type headache.
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