Patient Comments: Migraine - Treatment
What kind of treatment do you get for your migraines? Does it help?
A Doctor's View on Migraine Headache Treatment
Read the Comment by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD
Migraine headache treatment includes both drug and non-drug treatments. Non-drug treatments for migraine include biofeedback, sleep, smoking cessation, application of ice, and avoidance of triggers. Several medications and supplements are available to prevent and treat migraines. Read the entire Doctor's View
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