Look for Your Triggers
For people who have serious migraine problems, such as those who have four or more debilitating attacks each month or lengthy attacks, they may be able to try out preventative medications. These are sometimes taken daily or before known triggers, like changes in weather or before expected sleep loss (like jet lag). All of the preventative medications we currently use are meant for other ailments but have been found to reduce migraines in some people. These medications include beta blockers, antidepressants, anti-seizure drugs, and pain relievers. For people who have yet to find success with meds, Botox is an option. It is injected into muscles in the head or neck.
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