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Migraine and tension headache comorbidity with hypothyroidism in Egypt

Objects This study was conducted to look at the potential association between hypothyroidism in patients with migraine and TTH. Patients with migraine and Thyroid gland morphology had significantly higher thyroid gland morphology than healthy controls. Hypothyroidism is more common in chronic TTH than TTH in the absence of frequent or frequent TTH. Conclusions Patients with migraine and TTH are more likely to experience hypothyroidism in comparison to the control group. Also, patients with chronic Thyroidism are more likely to experience hypothyroidism than those with more frequent or infrequent TTH.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s41983-020-00208-w


The Effect of Hamstring Relaxation Program on Headache, Pressure Pain Threshold, and Range of Motion in Patients with Tension Headache: A Randomized Controlled Trial

The purpose of this analysis was to determine if headache severity could be reduced by reducing hamstring tension in patients with tension headaches. For a period of four weeks, the HR group served in an occupational therapy center for 25 min per day, three times per week, and the control group participated in an electrotherapy for 25 min per day, three times a week, three times per week. Headache was measured using the headache perception test and a visual analog scale. Using a digital pressure algometer, the pain threshold was determined. Neck flexion ROM and PAT scores showed significant improvement in both groups, as well as the PAT group, with the HR group seeing even more improvements than the control group. According to this report, the HR department has positive effects on tension headache and is a good tool for relieving headaches in patients with tension headaches.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph181910137


A COMPARISOM BETWEEN THE EFFECTTIVENESS OF RELAXATION TRAINING AND PHARMACOTHERAPY IN TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH TENSION HEADACHE

However, the aim of this study was to determine the effects of relaxation training in comparison to pharmacotherapy in the treatment of tension headaches. For determining patient anxiety and Anxiety, the Back depression scale and the zung Anxiety scale were used. The mean score of relaxation training was significantly higher than that of the Amitriptyline group, although the Amitriptyline group's peak was significantly higher than that of Amitriptyline's peak. The relaxation program was more effective than Amitriptuline in lowering headaches for patients with tension headaches than any other improvement stage, but there was no statistically significant difference between the two groups in terms of patient distribution within different education levels.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/40ec444d64f9455492e2a8bba5bf376d


Electromyography Scanning in the Diagnosis of Tension Headache

The electromyography of the temporalis muscle in tension headache patients is used to determine if the patient's pain relief could be related to Tension Type Headache diagnosis. Aim: In TTH patients, Surface Electromyography work is linked to pain scales, which is a target. Pearson's correlation coefficient was calculated in this study to investigate the relationship between muscular endurance and subjective pain ratings. In all 100 TTH patients, the correlation value was between EMG amplitude and pain scale. Females in every age group were more vulnerable than males and young adults, and the young population had higher odds of being diagnosed as TTH patients when it emerged as the highest number 42 percent among all age groups.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.7860/JCDR/2021/49615.15317


Avaliação clínica da eficácia da combinação paracetamol e cafeína no tratamento da cefaléia tipo tensão Clinical evaluation of the efficacy of the acetaminophen and caffeine combination in the treatment of tension headache

A tipo tensu00e3o em suas modalidades, episu00f3dica e crru00e3o a pago de cabe3o na pesu00e7a na population, u00e7a na bu00e7a na population, 00e3o e3o, u00e3o, e7a e3o e e3o crepto cru00e3o cru00e7a e3o cru00e7a e7a e3o cru00e3o crè e3o e7a e3o cru00 5% cefal falu00e9ico tipo tensu00e3e3ia tipo tensu00e3nicanica, e 5% cefal, inca de 95% Cerca de 95% apresentavam cefal e 05 u00e3o crepto tensu00e3o cru00e3o tipo tensu00e9ia e tens e fal e e3o e tens e e3o e e3o tens e3o tens t o e e3o e tens e e5e e e5e3o e3o e5ia e5e3o e3o ensu00e3o e3o e9ia e e3o e e3o Em 5419 patients die of a cefalu00e9ia tipo tensu00e3o foi tratada com 1000 mg de cafeu00edna. Em 93,98 percent in u00edcio de melhora foi observado em at u00e9 2 horas, apu00e3o de apu00e3o u00e3o de melhora foi observado em at u00e9 2 horas apu00e3o de tio de e3o de em at e3o de e3o de e3o e9 edcio de e3o e e3o de e3o de e3o de e3o de a3o de e3o de e3o de e3o de e3o de e3o aio e3o Em 77,61% houve reversals, with a totale da reversal om atu00e9 2 horas. quando pacientes are counting at least 51%/40,29, quando pacientes arrive dees, em 49,51%/37,80% da eficu00e1cia boa/excelente foi observada em 51,93%/37,80 percent em 48,51%/39,29. Both its symptoms, episodic and chronic, Tension type headache is the most common type of headache experienced by the population. Both pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies can be used to treat new crises or the avoidance of new crises. This report included 5,490 patients from out-patient clinics and medical offices in various regions of Brazil. Approximately 85% of the patients had episodic tension type headaches, while 5% had persistent tension type headaches. According to the patient's report, acetaminophen 1000 mg and caffeine 130 mg were used in 61. 9 percent/37. 9% of the patients with a tension type headache disorder in 5,419 patients, with 61. 9 percent/37. 9% success in 61. 3 percent/39. 9%. This is a Brazilian review of the efficacy and safety of acetaminophen-sugar reflux medication.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1590/S0004-282X2000000100014


Effect of 4 Weeks of Cervical Deep Muscle Flexion Exercise on Headache and Sleep Disorder in Patients with Tension Headache and Forward Head Posture

The aim of this research was to determine the effect of flexion exercise of the deep cervical muscles on headache and sleep disorders in patients with tension headaches and forward head posture. A total of 32 patients with tension headaches and forward head posture were randomly assigned to two groups, an experimental group and a control group. The findings show that stretching the deep cervical muscles in patients with tension headache and forward head posture will improve the quality of life and daily life by reducing headaches and sleep problems.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18073410

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