Throbbing pain linked to brain waves, not pulse, researchers say

08/14/2013 | Medical News Today

University of Florida neurologists reported throbbing pain may be linked to brain waves, not synchronized to pulse, as commonly believed. Their examination of a migraine patient using an electroencephalogram showed the throbs were linked to alpha wave activity in the brain. The report was published in the journal Pain.

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