Topic: Migraine

Migraine: Acute Therapies

Jan 2020 | Assessment

Migraine is a common cause of headache and is characterized by episodic, recurrent attacks that are classically pulsatile or throbbing, frequently involve one side of the head, and are associated with nausea and sensitivity to external stimuli such as light, sound, and smells. Migraine attacks vary in their frequency and intensity, but when severe can […]

Migraine: Acute & Chronic Therapies

Jun 2018 | Assessment

Migraine is a common, recurrent headache disorder and is among the top ten causes of years lived with disability in the US. Someone experiencing a migraine episode may feel moderate-to-severe pain and other symptoms (e.g., nausea, vomiting, or sensitivity to light or to sound), have a reduced ability to function, or require bed rest. Despite […]

Migraine: Acute & Chronic Therapies

Jul 2014 | Assessment

Migraine is a common, recurrent headache disorder and is among the top ten causes of years lived with disability in the US. Someone experiencing a migraine episode may feel moderate-to-severe pain and other symptoms (e.g., nausea, vomiting, or sensitivity to light or to sound), have a reduced ability to function, or require bed rest. Despite […]