Last updated on April 12th, 2021 at 01:01 am
BOTOX (OnabotulinumtoxinA) FOR CHRONIC MIGRAINE; EFFECTIVE PATTERN, TECHNIQUE, AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. NOT ALL BOTOX TREATMENTS ARE CREATED EQUAL.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) HEADACHE, COVID-19 HEADACHE TREATMENT, AND WHY YOUR MIGRAINES ARE WORSE WITHOUT EVEN BEING INFECTED.
AIMOVIG vs. AJOVY vs. EMGALITY vs. VYEPTI. BATTLE OF THE CGRP MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY ANTAGONISTS; WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES AND WHICH IS BEST FOR YOU?
BEST HEADACHE AND MIGRAINE PREVENTION MEDICATIONS AND TREATMENTS, WHEN YOU SHOULD START ONE, AND WHEN YOU SHOULD STOP IT.
CEFALY vs. NERIVIO vs. GAMMACORE vs. SPRING TMS. NEUROMODULATORY DEVICES FOR MIGRAINE AND CLUSTER HEADACHE: WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES AND WHICH IS BEST?
MEDICAL MARIJUANA (CANNABIS) FOR MIGRAINE, HEADACHE AND PAIN. A CRASH COURSE OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW.
UBRELVY (UBROGEPANT) vs. NURTEC ODT (RIMEGEPANT) vs. REYVOW (LASMIDITAN) vs. TRIPTANS. NEW MIGRAINE ABORTIVE OPTIONS ARE FINALLY HERE, BUT WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES AND IS ONE BEST FOR YOU?
REBOUND HEADACHE (MEDICATION OVERUSE HEADACHE); WHAT IT IS, AND HOW TO BREAK FREE FROM THE VICIOUS CYCLE.
WHAT ARE THE TRIPTAN DIFFERENCES AND WHICH IS BEST? HOW TO FINE-TUNE WHICH TRIPTAN MAY BE MOST EFFECTIVE FOR YOU.
CHIARI MALFORMATION HEADACHE, AND WHY YOU MAY STILL HAVE A DAILY HEADACHE FOLLOWING CHIARI DECOMPRESSION SURGERY.
Last updated on April 30th, 2021 at 11:13 pmMIGRAINE HEADACHES EXPLAINED. @Neuralgroover Migraines are a very intense type of headache that are often accompanied by other symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound, as well as neurological symptoms such as visual disturbances, numbness or tingling, speech disturbances (slurred speech, difficulty getting words out), weakness, vertigo, cognitive dysfunction or “cognitive fog”, among other things. Migraines tend to be more prevalent in women than in men, with...read more
Last updated on July 13th, 2021 at 07:01 amONE-SIDED HEADACHE WITH CONGESTED RUNNY NOSE, OR RED, TEARING AND SWOLLEN EYE. 5 REASONS WHY. @Neuralgroover BACKGROUND Do you have a one-sided headache, left-sided headache, right-sided headache, or one-sided head pain with some variation of one-sided symptoms such as runny nose, nasal congestion or stuffiness, red eye, tearing eye, droopiness of the eyelid, puffiness or swelling around the eye, facial sweating or flushing, or clogged ear feeling? These symptoms are called autonomic symptoms, and...read more
Last updated on April 30th, 2021 at 11:14 pmTYPES OF HEADACHES – 2021 @Neuralgroover According to the World Health Organization, headaches are a global problem, affecting people of all races, income levels, and regional areas. Headache disorders impact about 50% of people worldwide. Moreover, it is estimated that 50% to 75% of adults aged 18 to 65 have suffered from a headache or a migraine within the last year. A smaller percentage of people worldwide, 1.7% to 4%, have headaches that last for two weeks or longer. Let’s take a...read more
Last updated on May 23rd, 2021 at 02:06 am TENSION HEADACHES – 2021 @Neuralgroover Tension headaches are the most common types of headaches that people suffer. In fact, tension headaches afflict three out of every four Americans from time to time, according to Harvard Medical. Chronic tension headaches are very infrequent, but they do persist in some individuals on occasion. What Are Tension Headaches? Tension headaches produce a dull pain on both sides of the head and on occasion may cause some additional aching sensations...read more
Last updated on July 1st, 2021 at 10:21 amFOODS THAT STOP NAUSEA IN ITS TRACKS. @Neuralgroover Nausea is an extremely common symptom across a wide spectrum of diseases. It is one of the main symptoms in the ICHD3 diagnostic criteria for migraine. Nausea is one of the 3 “most bothersome migraine symptoms” (along with photophobia (sensitivity to light) and phonophobia (sensitivity to sound)) which most acute/abortive (as-needed) migraine medication clinical research studies assess as a primary data endpoint in trying to resolve, because it is...read more
Last updated on July 13th, 2021 at 06:43 amHEADACHE CHART AND HEADACHE LOCATIONS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF HEADACHES. @Neuralgroover I can picture it now. You’re sitting there late at night breaking out into a cold sweat, heart racing, convincing yourself a brain tumor is the cause of your headache as you are Googling a variety of terms such as… …temple headache, headache behind eye, headache behind eyes, headache on top of head, headache in the temples, headache back of head, headache in front of head, headache on one side, front of head...read more
Last updated on April 30th, 2021 at 11:16 pmWAKING UP WITH HEADACHES: 6 TYPES OF WAKE UP HEADACHES. @Neuralgroover WAKE UP HEADACHE Do you frequently wake up with a headache? This is a common feature with several types of headache disorders, but they are all distinct headache types with completely different treatments. Let’s discuss the 6 most common types of wake up headaches and the reasons why you may be waking up with headaches. 1) MIGRAINE Migraine commonly causes wake up headaches for many patients, and is by far THE most...read more
RIMEGEPANT (NURTEC ODT) VS. ATOGEPANT FOR MIGRAINE PREVENTION. THE GEPANTS AREN’T JUST FOR ABORTIVE TREATMENT ANYMORE! NURTEC ODT MAKES HISTORY AS THE FIRST SIMULTANEOUS MIGRAINE ABORTIVE AND PREVENTIVE.
Last updated on July 22nd, 2021 at 12:39 am RIMEGEPANT (NURTEC ODT) VS. ATOGEPANT FOR MIGRAINE PREVENTION. THE GEPANTS AREN’T JUST FOR ABORTIVE TREATMENT ANYMORE! NURTEC ODT MAKES HISTORY AS THE FIRST SIMULTANEOUS MIGRAINE ABORTIVE AND PREVENTIVE. @Neuralgroover BACKGROUND The gepants were the first to emerge as new migraine abortive options, and the first new migraine specific abortive class since the triptans came to market in 1992. The first to become available was Ubrogepant (Ubrelvy) from Allergan in January 2020. Then...read more
WHAT A PAIN IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD! OCCIPITAL NEURALGIA, TREATMENTS, AND TECHNIQUE FOR OCCIPITAL NERVE BLOCK.
Last updated on July 13th, 2021 at 07:08 amWHAT A PAIN IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD! OCCIPITAL NEURALGIA, TREATMENTS, AND TECHNIQUE FOR OCCIPITAL NERVE BLOCK. @Neuralgroover HEADACHE IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD – OCCIPITAL NEURALGIA SYMPTOMS Occipital neuralgia is a miserable nagging soreness, pain, and headache in the back of the head, often described as a base of skull headache. I tell patients to think of occipital neuralgia as “sciatica of the head”. This back of head pain is typically felt in the suboccipital region (where the base of the...read more
Last updated on July 1st, 2021 at 10:22 amSYNCOPE EPISODE, SYNCOPE DEFINITION, AND AN EASY TOOL TO QUICKLY RECALL ALL CAUSES OF SYNCOPE. @Neuralgroover If you have ever had a syncope episode (passing out, or fainting), you know how scary it can be. It is scary not only from the event itself, but sorting out the causes of syncope can be both scary and frustrating. Syncope is not an uncommon association with migraine attacks. This is most often due to a vasovagal response related to the severe pain of the migraine or dehydration from vomiting....read more