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Vestibular migraine: Progress in the search for treatments
- By: William Renthal, MD, PhD, Contributor
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They cause moderate to severe pain that is throbbing or pulsing. The pain is often on one side of your head.
My daughter has Vestibular Migraines and has been suffering from anxiety and depression from feeling like she’s swaying and bobbing and sometimes falling for almost 2 years with only a 45 minute break, it’s 24/7 and it’s destroying her and me ! I’m her mother and it’s breaking my heart, is there anything you can do to help her !!
I’ve been using acupuncture on my patients and it gives far better results than medications
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