Light and migraines

There has been some interesting research on light, photophobia, and migraines. We all know about the intensity light has. How painful it is. How we will do almost anything to hide from it with an attack. There may be more reasons for this than we initially thought. The new study by researchers at Beth Israel … Continue reading Light and migraines

Migraines, cluster headaches, and external stimulation devices

So I have had a great deal of luck with the Oska Pulse and migraine intensity and some frequency. And recently there has been some research out on other migraine external stimulation devices. Clearly I am sold on them. I wish I had known about the Oska Pulse a long time ago, but maybe it … Continue reading Migraines, cluster headaches, and external stimulation devices

Prochlorperazine is More Effective than the Opioid Hydromorphone for Acute Migraine

"A new comparative study shows that, in patients who visit the emergency department for acute migraine treatment, prochorperazine is more effective than the opioid drug, hydromorphone. The difference was so substantial that the trial was halted early. " AHS “Hydromorphone is given in about 25% of all emergency department visits for acute migraine. However, it’s well … Continue reading Prochlorperazine is More Effective than the Opioid Hydromorphone for Acute Migraine