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MIGRAINE & HEADACHE
Although migraine is a very common disease, poor awareness of it among patients and health providers alike is a significant health challenge in low resource countries.
Department of Mental Health Education NIMHANS
Migraine: The Painful Truth
The World Brain Day with the Theme " Migraine: The Painful Truth" was celebrated on 22nd July 2019 in The National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences(NIMHANS) Organised by Department of Neurology in collaboration with Departments of , Epidemiology, Mental Health Education, Neuropathology, Nursing, Psychiatric Social Work and Integrated Centre for Yoga. This educational video about Migraine is addressed by various faculty from NIMHANS, Bangalore.
Brisbane Headache and Migraine Clinic
Migraine Signs & Symptoms | What's It Like To Live With Migraines? | Find Out The Cause & Treatment
Migraine is one of the most prevalent health conditions in the world, it accounts for the 6th highest amount of days lost to disability, globally. People who experience migraine describe pain on one side of the head primarily. This pain may switch sides either during an attack or between separate attacks. https://brisbanemigraine.com.au/migraine-headache-treatment/
Stanford Health Care
The Mystery Headache: Migraine, Positional Headache, Spinal Fluid Leak?
Many people who suffer with chronic migraine live with symptoms that are baffling — headache, nausea, neck stiffness, ringing in the ear — and all of these symptoms worsen as the day goes on and the individual spends more time in the upright position. However, symptoms improve as long as they are lying down. In this talk, Ian Carroll MD, discusses an often overlooked diagnosis that can be treated — spontaneous intracranial hypotension. Watch the 2023 update here: The Mystery Headache: CSF Leak - A Fixable Cause of Daily Headache - https://youtu.be/VznpUeM7KS4 Ask us. Stanford Health Library is here to help you find trustworthy information to answer your health-related questions. Use our free research service and other resources: https://healthlibrary.stanford.edu/research-services.html
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