Tuesday 07 September 2021
The German Society of Neurology said that working from home helps improve the quality of life for patients with migraine, also known as “migraine”, according to the results of a recent Italian study.
The association explained that the results of the recent study showed that migraine patients, who work from home, suffer from shorter attacks, less severe pain, and need fewer medications.
Noise and stress are known to exacerbate migraine problems, which are severe unilateral headaches, poor concentration, cognitive disturbances, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and smells, excitability, and extreme mood swings.
It is worth noting that migraine is a disease that affects the nerves, the exact cause of which is not known, and it cannot be cured, but its troubles can be alleviated through drug therapy, relaxation techniques and distance from the causes.