migraineur


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migraineur

(ˌmiːɡreɪnˈɜː; ˌmaɪɡreɪnˈɜː; French miɡrɛnœr)
n
a person who experiences migraines
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Medication overuse including opioids[36] and triptans[37] could induce central sensitization and impair the descending pain modulation from the RVM and limited the migraineur's ability to tolerate nociceptive inputs.[38] Therefore, the inability to tolerate the nociceptive inputs would increase headache intensity, which could reasonably explain that the left RVM was positively related to the headache intensity in MOH patients.
That study demonstrated that the frequency of extensive daytime sleepiness was more in migraineur (particularly in those who overuse medication) than in controls (20% versus 6%; odds ratio: 3.92, 95% confidence interval: 1.5-10.22) however it was less than once reported and associated with poor quality sleep and anxiolytic and antidepressant use (4).
There is consensus among headache specialists that migraine preventive treatment should be instituted when a migraineur has at least four headache days per month.
HeadAid is a company developed by Harvard-trained neurologist and migraineur, Dr.
In the migraineur group's fecal samples, there was a small, but significantly greater quantity of genes coding for nitrate, nitrite, and nitric oxide-related enzymes.
Shifflett, a former migraineur, is the author of Migraine Brains & Bodies: A Comprehensive Guide to Solving the Mystery of Your Migraines, and co-author of Conquering Concussion.
For fellow sufferers already doubting I have actual migraines (we are eternally dubious of anyone who says they suffer from the 'M' word believing it's probably just a bad headache), I am a full-on, wiped out for days, if-it-was-sport-I'dhave-a-black belt-in it, migraineur. What this means is that when the doctors get to the end of their medicine checklist I have to have a brain scan just to make sure nothing more epic is going on inside the old grey matter.
There is compelling evidence that early comprehensive treatment of the child or adolescent with recent onset migraineur will decrease disability and result in a favorable course.
This article uses a case study to help the reader understand the devastation that migraines can cause and increase skills in recognition, understanding, and management of migraines in order to help restore normalcy to the life of the migraineur.
Auras can include brightly colored or blinking lights that move across the migraineur's field of vision.
A: A migraineur can inherit susceptibility to migraine; susceptibility to a trigger has not been proven.
Buse presented an analysis of 13,064 migraineur participants, which focused on the impact of migraine on intimate relationships and parenting, an aspect of the disease burden that hasn't been closely examined.