Recovery time varies depending on which class of medication the patient is overusing.
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.
Even a single occurrence of emotional abuse during childhood predisposes an individual to migraine.
Migraine was more significantly associated with pain or muscle soreness than anxiety disorders in patients with depression.
Women with a history of migraine headache had a more than 2-fold increased risk of stroke over a 6-year follow-up period.
Patients with tension-type headaches had a significantly higher prevalence of anxiety and depression.
Sixty and 35% of patients achieved a 30 and 50% reduction in headache days.
No significant difference in reduction of headache days was observed between the treatment groups and placebo.
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