The goal of migraine medication is for your symptoms to go away and not come back. Here’s what to do if it fails.
Summer doesn’t have to be the season of your discontent. Employ this advice from neurology experts to avoid migraine triggers.
A new study finds that yoga can reduce migraine intensity, frequency, and the amount of medication needed to be taken.
These at-home measures, along with followed your medication regimen, can help keep migraine attacks at bay, even while you’re under increased stress from the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has left migraine patients and providers scrambling to find solutions to maintain health that, for many people, may have taken years to achieve.
No one wants to seek emergency care for a migraine attack. These tips can help ensure you get the treatment you need. Going to the emergency room or to an urgent care center in the middle of an excruciating migraine attack is one of the last things people living with migraine want to do. Being […]
It’s easy to mistake migraine with aura for stroke, especially when you don’t get migraine attacks regularly. When someone is having a stroke, time is of the essence. If it’s an ischemic stroke — the most common kind, which is caused by a clot blocking blood flow to the brain — you need a drug […]
These new medications are pricey, and insurers aren’t eager to cover them. New guidelines on which migraine patients need CGRPs most could help with access. If you frequently suffer from debilitating migraine attacks, you may already have a prescription for more than one type of medication: a pain-relieving drug to be taken when the pain […]