Researchers found data that showed, regardless of the number of headaches reported in addition to insomnia that cognitive behavioral therapy is indicated as first-line treatment.
Detecting CTE in the brains of living individuals could improve our understanding of the disease and inform research regarding prevention and treatment.
Accurate diagnosis is essential to inform treatment strategy, particularly with headaches that may be secondary to a potentially life-threatening medical condition.
Considering individual patient factors, effects of aging, and using online tools for drug interactions will aid in treatment of migraines in the elderly.
Based on the literature, investigators found no reason to tell patients with headache to abstain from alcohol.
Cognitive reserve may attenuate the impact of MS on cognitive function in some patients.
Sleep alterations often precede cognitive and motor symptoms in PD and appear during the prodromal phase of the disease.
Depression is the most frequently observed psychiatric disorder in HD, with an estimated prevalence of 40% to 50%.