A Guide to Migraine Devices
The Association of Migraine Disorders has a comprehensive guide to the latest migraine devices on the market.
Patient Access to Migraine Devices
The Headache and Migraine Policy Forum’s video highlights the need for greater access to medical devices to treat migraine disease.
American Migraine Foundation: Spotlight on Neuromodulation Devices
Neuromodulation devices are advanced medical tools that can enhance or suppress the activity of the nervous system. Research has found this technology may be effective in reducing migraine attacks and cluster headaches.
Device Treats Migraine Attacks in Those 12 and Older
Nerivio is a drug-free, easy-to-use, discreet, smartphone-controlled FDA-cleared device for acute treatment of migraine in people 12 years and older. CHAMP participant Migraine Again details how it works.
The Daily Headache: How Does the gammaCore Work?
gammaCore is an external vagus nerve stimulator. It is FDA-approved for treating cluster headache and migraine.
A No Prescription Device to Treat Migraine
Cefaly a neuromodulation device for the prevention and acute treatment of migraine can now be used without a prescription. The Migraine Diva shares details.
Fluorescent lights and computer screens can be a trigger for those living with migraine. Tinted glasses can help people with migraine who experience photophobia, an abnormal sensitivity to light.
f.lux: Screen Dimming Migraine Device
During the day, computer screens look good. Computer screens are designed to look like the sun; however, at 9PM, 10PM or 3AM, you probably shouldn’t be looking at the sun.