Naoto Kuroda, MD, of Wayne State University, in Detroit, Michigan, provided a checklist for clinicians about what they should ask and look out for in a telemedicine session with patients with epilepsy.
The investigators observed greater brain activations in the frontal regions associated with cognitive regulation of pain after CBT.
Repetitive multiple cranial nerve blocks may offer a clinically meaningful benefit as a preventative measure in patients with chronic migraine.
Researchers evaluated sensory function in the trigeminocervical region in patients with cluster headache, migraine headache, and tension-type headache.
While carefully timed light exposure may address sleep problems associated with circadian rhythm disturbances, studies that examine light therapies in the context of sleep disorders have been largely lacking in measures of adherence and acceptability of these approaches.
The fact that diarrhea is a symptom in the disease course of some patients with COVID-19 highlights the importance of adhering to preventative measures.
Study findings suggest that pain modulation may be impaired in patients with migraine in the headache-free interval, despite an unaffected sensory profile.
The presence of migraine and increasing headache pain intensity are associated with higher rates of anxiety, depression, inflammation, and sleep conditions, among other disorders.
Researchers examined how the associations of life event stress with impulsivity, anxiety, and depressed mood change in the presence of sleep disturbance.