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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Migraine Headache: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Ji-yong Bae, Hyun-Kyung Sung, Na-Yoen Kwon et al. | Published on 2/9/2022
Migraine headaches are chronic neurological diseases that reduce the quality of life by causing severe headaches and autonomic nervous system dysfunction, such as facial flushing, nasal stuffiness, and sweating. Their major treatment methods include medication and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT has been used for pain treatment and various psychogenic neurological diseases by reducing pain, disability, and emotional disorders caused by symptoms of mental illness and improving the understanding of mental health. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of CBT in treating migraines. Read more here.

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