Migraine headaches continue to be one of the most complex conditions to manage. Although the first diagnosis was nearly a century ago, as recently as 2021 researchers called medical treatments for the condition “predominantly ineffective” in preventing attacks or decreasing intensity and frequency. They also noted that patients tended to have poor adherence to preventive medications. Migraines can be difficult to manage due to the variation in types of headaches, the likelihood that patients have one or more other conditions, and/or that they take other medications that can influence the timing and frequency of the headaches.  The silver lining with…

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