Tag Archives: Neurology

What Is the Link Between Migraine and Alcohol? – Neurology Advisor

January 23, 2019 Share this content: Keeping a headache diary that notes associations with alcohol or other triggers, as well as their response to headache management, is beneficial to patients. Among the modifiable trigger factors for headache, alcohol is one that patients commonly minimize or avoid. The connection between alcohol consumption and headache is well-known,… Read More »

Mobile Health Apps for Headache: An Ongoing Search for Clinical Relevancy – Neurology Advisor

January 11, 2019 Share this content: The main objection among clinical researchers is that commercially developed products often lack a scientific basis for their selection of features. Over the past several years, the development of mobile and wearable health technology for a wide range of conditions rapidly advanced as the use of smartphones spread around… Read More »

Neuroimaging in Headache Disorders: When Is It Necessary? – Neurology Advisor

November 30, 2018 Share this content: The use of neuroimaging remains at the discretion of the clinician, necessitating more research to improve clinical understanding of headache disorders. The World Health Organization defines headache disorders as any illness characterized by frequent headaches, the most common being migraines, tension-type headaches, cluster headaches, and medication overuse headaches.1 In… Read More »