This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Migraines and Headaches category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.
|Migraines & Headaches: Types & Relief Treatments|
|2014-04-04 : 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.|
|2013-03-30 : 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.|
|2011-06-14 : 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.|
|2011-06-02 : 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.|
|2011-04-14 : Botox Eases Painful Spinal Headaches : Botox may offer new hope to patients suffering disabling low cerebrospinal fluid headaches.|
|2011-04-12 : Medical Benefits of Botox Includes Migraines : Beyond the aesthetic benefits, Botox has recently been approved for the prevention of chronic migraines.|
|2011-03-22 : 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.|
|2010-01-10 : Why Light Worsens Migraine Headaches : Light sensitivity in blind patients helps researchers identify a new visual pathway for photophobia during migraines.|
|2009-07-31 : 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.|
|2009-04-05 : 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.|
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