Six months following COVID-19 infection, two-thirds of patients still experienced neurological symptoms including headaches, memory impairment, and decreased concentration that impacted their quality of life.
Exposing migraine sufferers to a narrow band of green light may help to reduce the severity of the headache, a new study reports.
Many people who suffer migraines are often diagnosed with other conditions. For those with a clinical diagnosis, many are unaware of treatment options available for pain and to slow the frequency of attacks.
Initially believed to be an acoustic attack, researchers now believe they have pinpointed a possible cause of the bizarre neurological symptoms reported by diplomats in Cuba in 2016. Researchers say a possible source for 'Havana syndrome' is exposure to cholinesterase inhibitors via organophosphorus insecticides.
Neurological and psychological symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection, such as fatigue and depression, are more common in those with mild coronavirus infection than previously believed.
Drinking three or more cups of coffee a day can trigger the onset of a headache for patients with episodic migraines.
A new study reports a novel drug designed to treat migraine was associated with fewer headache hours for sufferers within 3 to 7 days following their first injection.
Researchers report ketamine may help to relieve pain symptoms associated with migraine in patients for whom other treatments have failed.
Fatigue and headaches top the list of common lingering symptoms four months after COVID infection, with muscle aches, changes in sense of taste and smell, cough, and congestion following close behind.
A new study links frequent chronic headaches with lower serum vitamin D levels.