Migraines & Headaches: Types & Relief Treatments Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Migraines and Headaches category.

Publication List:

Sharing of Migraine Pain on Twitter and Social Media
Study of migraine attacks on Twitter using instant expression of actual self-reported migraine attacks in social media - Published: 2014-04-04
Serotonin and Migraine Headaches
While Serotonin does not appear to be the main cause of a migraine low levels have been linked to migraine headaches - Published: 2013-03-30
Association of Alcohol with Migraine Headaches
Compounds in foods and beverages like chocolate wine citrus are considered as migraine triggers including tyramine phenylethylamine and possibly histamine and phenolic compounds - Published: 2011-06-14
Nausea is Significantly Debilitating Symptom of Migraine
Those with frequent migraine related nausea experienced more severe pain and worse outcomes than those with rare or no presence of nausea - Published: 2011-06-02
Botox Eases Painful Spinal Headaches
Botox may offer new hope to patients suffering disabling low cerebrospinal fluid headaches - Published: 2011-04-14
Medical Benefits of Botox Includes Migraines
Beyond the aesthetic benefits, Botox has recently been approved for the prevention of chronic migraines - Published: 2011-04-12
Being Double Jointed May Be Cause of Your Migraine
people with joint hyper-mobility syndrome a severe form of double-jointedness have a greater chance of suffering from migraines - Published: 2011-03-22
Why Light Worsens Migraine Headaches
Light sensitivity in blind patients helps researchers identify a new visual pathway for photophobia during migraines - Published: 2010-01-10
Easing Migraine and Headache Pain
Nearly one out of four households suffer from migraines and many patients are not only eager but desperate to stop the pain - Published: 2009-07-31
New Migraine Drug Telcagepant May Stop Pain with Fewer Side Effects
New migraine specific drug called telcagepant a promising alternative that produces fewer side effects than established migraine treatments - Published: 2009-04-05