Treatments for Migraines

Dr. Patricia Feito, Family Medicine Physician at Baptist Health Primary Care, says the treatment of migraine depends on what the headache logs look like, whether it is a migraine that is chronic, or if it is an acute onset of a migraine.

"We ideally look for a multifactorial approach. If we are finding a trigger or response to their migraine, we take it away. Either too much or too little caffeine, alcohol, stress, sleep deprivation, medication, supplementation, we look at that in treatment plans," she says.

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