Migraine is described as moderate to severe pain that can be throbbing, concentrated on one side of head, and which may include light and noise sensitivity or nausea or vomiting.
Some patients may have side effects from medications, and others may find that medications are not helpful, so complementary integrative treatments like acupuncture may be used as an alternative treatment.
Acupuncture as a migraine treatment Research has often focused on evaluating acupuncture as an option for migraine prevention. Recently a broad analysis was conducted of the current studies in acupuncture and migraine. It examined the efficacy of true acupuncture compared to sham acupuncture. The authors concluded that acupuncture should be considered a valid preventative treatment option for migraine patients.
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