Migraine? An electronic patch stops the headache

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Migraine? The panacea could be a simple electronic patch capable of stimulating the brain and reducing headache pain. Word of a team of researchers from the Israeli Technion Faculty of Medicine in Haifa.

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Migraine? The panacea could be a simple one electronic patch capable of stimulating the brain and reducing headache pain. Word of a team of Israeli researchers Technion Faculty of Medicine di Haifa.





The study published in the journal Neurology it speaks of an electronic patch that after being applied to the arm produces a painless electric shock that would be able to activate a nerve center at the base of the brain.

In practice, the device would block the headache according to a mechanism called "conditioned pain modulation".

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They were involved in the study 71 patients who suffered from frequent migraines. In 64% of the participants thanks to the patch there was a reduction in pain of 50%.

Hence the conclusion, according to the team of researchers, is what the easy-to-use patch could be a valuable help to relieve migraine pain.

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The patch is wireless and is controlled with a mobile app, the stimulation must be activated as soon as the migraine attack begins and in any case within 20 minutes from the beginning of the same.



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Experts have shown that the more intense the stimulation and the sooner it is applied, the better pain reduction and duration of the migraine attack. And the same assure that it is just as effective as conventional drug therapies for migraines.

Dominella Trunfio

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