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Feasibility Assessment of Telephone-Administered Behavioral Treatment for Adolescent Migraine

Feasibility Assessment of Telephone-Administered Behavioral Treatment for Adolescent Migraine,10.1111/j.1526-4610.2007.00804.x,Headache,Constance Cott

Feasibility Assessment of Telephone-Administered Behavioral Treatment for Adolescent Migraine   (Citations: 7)
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Journal: Headache , vol. 47, no. 9, pp. 1293-1302, 2007
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    • ...HAs often continue into adulthood (Connelly, 2003)...
    • ...Sustained contraction of the head and neck muscles, inflammation of cranial vascular structures, and traction (pulling) on vascular structures might result in TTH (Connelly, 2003)...
    • ...This depletion leads to constriction of intracranial blood flow and dilation of extracranial vasculature that ultimately results in focal neurological symptoms and head pain (Connelly, 2003)...
    • ...Fortunately, recurrent HAs are only rarely associated with underlying conditions that cause significant impairment or mortality (Connelly, 2003; Holden et al., 1999)...
    • ...No definitive diagnostic study involving the occurrence of migraine, depression, anxiety, or any other psychiatric disorder exists (Connelly, 2003; McGrath & Larsson, 1997)...
    • ...Gastrointestinal bleeding, renal failure, and anaphylaxis can result from ibuprofen use (Connelly, 2003)...
    • ...Hypnosis. Hypnosis consists of directing forces within the body to produce changes like analgesia (Connelly, 2003)...
    • ...In addition, as many as two-thirds do not make optimal use of abortive medications (Connelly, 2003)...

    Joyce Engel. Migraines/Chronic Headaches

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