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Chronic Migraine

Chronic migraine is a medical condition that causes frequent and persistent headaches. These headaches can be quite severe and can last for hours or even days.

Unlike regular headaches that come and go, chronic migraines are ongoing and can greatly disrupt a person’s daily life. People who have chronic migraines experience throbbing or pulsating pain, usually on one side of the head.

This pain can be accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound.

Living with chronic migraines can be challenging. The constant pain and other symptoms can make it difficult to focus, work, or enjoy activities.

Simple tasks can become overwhelming, and people with chronic migraines often feel frustrated and exhausted. It’s important for people with chronic migraines to consult a doctor and find the most effective treatment plan for their individual needs.

With proper management, it is possible to improve the quality of life for those living with chronic migraines.

Can Chronic Migraine be Cured? - Dr. Navin Tiwari - Asian Neuro Centre

Can Chronic Migraine be Cured?

There are various treatment options available to help manage and reduce the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks.

It’s important to remember that each person’s experience with chronic migraines is unique, and what works for one person may not work for another.

  • Treatment for chronic migraines typically involves a combination of medication, lifestyle changes, and self-care strategies. Medications can help to prevent migraines from occurring or to alleviate the symptoms when an attack happens. These medications may include pain relievers, preventive drugs, or medications specifically designed for migraines.
  • Lifestyle changes play an essential role in managing chronic migraines. Identifying and avoiding triggers, such as certain foods, stress, or lack of sleep, can help reduce the frequency of migraine attacks. Establishing a regular sleep schedule, managing stress through relaxation techniques, and maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine is also beneficial.
  • Self-care strategies can provide relief during a migraine attack. Applying cold or hot packs to the head or neck, finding a quiet and dark room to rest, and practicing relaxation techniques like deep breathing or meditation can help ease the pain and discomfort.

Dr. Navin Tiwari
Consulting Neurologist

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