Tag Archives: Migraines

Electroacupuncture at the four gates acupoints beats western medicine for migraines

Pub Med

Objective: To compare the clinical effect of electroacupuncture at four gates points and flunarizine hydrochloride capsule on migraine of liver yang hyperactivity. Methods: A total of 110 patients with migraine of liver yang hyperactivity were randomly divided into an electroacupuncture group (55 cases, 2 cases dropped off) and a western medication group (55 cases, 2 cases …

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Acupuncture is effective at relieving migraines

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Background: Acupuncture has been widely used to relieve migraine-related symptoms. However, the findings of previous systematic reviews (SRs) and meta-analyses (MAs) are still not completely consistent. Their quality is also unknown, so a comprehensive study is needed. Objective: To evaluate the reporting and methodological quality of these MAs concerning acupuncture for migraine, …

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MRI shows how the acupuncture point Shuaigu (GB 8) works for migraine sufferers

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Objective: To investigate the changes in the functional connectivity in the right insula between migraine without aura and healthy controls by using resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rs-fMRI), and to observe the instant alteration of functional connectivity in migraine without aura during electroacupuncture stimulation at Shuaigu (GB 8). Methods: A total of …

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Acupuncture reduces migraines and emotional problems in women

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Background: Menstrual migraine without aura refers to a specific type of migraine that is associated with the female ovarian cycle. It is particularly serious and has brought huge life pressure and mental burden to female patients. Acupuncture has been commonly used to prevent migraines and relieve concomitant emotional disorders; however, the …

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