Recent Headache Articles
The vast majority of headaches experienced during pregnancy and the postnatal period are benign, with approximately 90% of occurrences of head pain during these phases representing migraine or tension-type headaches. According to a new review published in The Obstetrician &
One of several types of headaches categorized as Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias (TACs), the cluster headache is typically characterized by unilateral pain behind or in the vicinity of one eye, along with associated symptoms including nasal congestion, profuse sweating, swelling or
A recent study published in the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke suggests that individuals with a history of migraines are twice as a likely to experience silent brain injury as those who do not suffer from migraines. Led by Teshamae
Researchers Around the World are Working on a Tool that will Help them Understand and Combat Migraine Headaches
Headaches are a ubiquitous phenomenon that affect individuals across the globe, with sleep and neck problems representing some of the most common migraine triggers. According to the Norwegian Advisory Unit on Headaches, however, the prevalence of headaches among different regions
If you suffer from debilitating headaches, you are not alone: nearly 10% of the world’s population suffers from migraines. While a variety of medications are employed to treat the pain, nausea, tunnel vision, and other symptoms associated with these chronic
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation may be Effective in Disrupting the Progression of a Migraine Headache
For many years, relieving migraine headaches without drugs seemed impossible. In recent years, however, neurologists have hit on a wide range of treatment options that do not rely on medication to get the job done. One of the most exciting
For anyone who suffers from migraines, the most important thing in the world is making the pain stop. Migraines are not just headaches, after all, they are absolutely debilitating conditions that are usually chronic, meaning they will occur again and
Finding the underlying cause of your headaches is the key to choosing the right treatment. Prescriptions for daily drugs can ease the pain, but they only treat the symptom. Your headache may retreat temporarily, but it will come back with
If you want to understand a book, don’t open it in the middle. We at RNI place unusual emphasis on patient histories, even more unusual in this age of numbers-driven healthcare (and numbers-driven everything else, too).
An RNI patient got rid of her migraines and migraine medications when her sleep breathing disorder was diagnosed and fixed. It’s a great example of how RNI’s cross-disciplinary approach brings results, and how RNI’s original research helps patients directly.