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This Is What a Migraine Sounds Like: Wagner's Struggle, Played out in Sound

From migraineagain.com

A migraine attack is incredibly loud for the person experiencing it. Your ears ring or whoosh, the blood pounds audibly in your temples, and every slight noise around you is amplified to produce a cacophony of migraine music that only you can hear. Richard Wagner (1813-1883) was a composer of…

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9 months

Wireless Stimulation May Ease Migraine Pain

From nationalpainreport.com

A new study published in the March 1, 2017, online issue of suggests that a new wireless patch that is worn on the arm may ease migraine pain, and also reduce need for medication.

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9 months

The Courts Just Registered an Important Legal Win for Migraine in the Workplace

From theraspecs.com

Posted by Greg Bullock on February 03, 2017 Another legal victory highlighting migraine as a disability in the workplace was secured recently when a United States District Court judge denied Westar Energy's motion to dismiss a claim brought against them under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Kansas…

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10 months

Here are tips to manage your child's tension, migraine headaches

From miamiherald.com

We get very anxious when a child complains of a headache because we don't think that children are supposed to get them. However, headaches are actually common in children, and can occur as young as 2 or 3 years old. The vast majority of headaches are benign and manageable.

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1 year

Don't Let Migraines Derail Your Career

From hbr.org

Executive Summary The World Health Organization estimates that migraines effect about 30% of the global population. Ninety-one percent of people who have suffered from a migraine said they had to miss work or otherwise couldn't function properly. Employers lose billions of dollars each year from lost productivity or employees taking…

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9 months

Migraines Increase Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke Risks

From thecardiologyadvisor.com

History of migraine headache has been linked with ischemic stroke. Women with ischemic heart disease and history of migraine headaches are at increased' risk for future cardiovascular (CV) events, according to a study published online in the American Journal of Medicine.

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10 months

Perioperative Stroke Risk High in Patients With Migraine

From neurologyadvisor.com

Patients with a history of migraine have an increased risk for ischemic stroke after surgery, leading to more hospital readmissions. Patients with a history of migraine have an increased risk for ischemic stroke after surgery, leading to more hospital readmissions, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal.

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11 months

Sinus headache or sign-us up for a migraine consultation - Harvard Health Blog

From harvard.edu

As a headache specialist, the topic of sinus headache is a frequent point of discussion. Many patients deny that they have migraines, believing sinus problems are the cause of their headaches. Some of the more tech-savvy patients believe that they have both migraines and sinus headaches after consulting with "Dr.

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1 year

Daith piercing: The new treatment being used to combat chronic migraines

From fox6now.com

FAIRWAY, Kansas — If you've ever had a migraine, you know they can be debilitating. People who suffer from chronic migraines are now trying a new treatment. It's a unique type of ear piercing that dates back hundreds of years — but hasn't been used to treat migraines until recently.

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1 year