SPG stimulation is delivered on-demand through an implanted neurostimulator.
The therapy effects lasted for about a month, as researchers noted the procedure would need to be repeated for continuous relief.
The noninvasive device not only stopped acute attacks, but reduced overall headache frequency.
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