Nerve-stimulating device may benefit some migraine sufferers

02/7/2013 | Reuters

People with migraines who used an electric nerve stimulator daily for three months experienced a decline in the number of average monthly headaches from seven to five, a study in the journal Neurology found. The device may benefit some migraine patients, but it remains uncertain if it is effective among those with very severe or very frequent migraines, lead researcher Dr. Jean Schoenen said.

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