Aura in Cluster Headache: A Cross-Sectional Study Aura in Cluster Headache: A Cross-Sectional Study

Nearly a quarter of cluster headache patients report aura symptoms. Do attacks of cluster headache with and without aura differ with respect to other clinical characteristics?Headache
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The frequency and severity of migraines experienced by obese adults and children was reduced after weight loss, according to a study presented at the Endocrine Society annual meeting.Healio
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Ren é Castien, Willem De Hertogh
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In conclusion, pooled analysis of data from partially outdated trials shows that 10-mg flunarizine per day is effective and well tolerated in treating episodic migraine—supporting current guideline recommendations.
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Results from an international survey provide insight into the effectiveness and side effects associated with oxygen and other options for the acute treatment of cluster headache.Headache
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ConclusionCM patients have a stronger connectivity in the pain matrix than do EM patients. Functional alteration of the pain network might play a role in migraine chronification.
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ConclusionThere is insufficient support for first generation antihistamines (both H1 and H2) as preventive migraine medications and sedation and weight gain are unacceptable side effects. Non-sedating H1 antihistamines need to be appropriately tested. Central H3 receptors seem to have a role in migraine that merit further investigation. The histaminergic system may be a goal for novel migraine drugs.
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