FDA Approves Electric Headband in 2016 to Fight Migraine

The FDA approval for medications and devices mean medical -insurance companies tend to pay most of the cost for device, medications.


A Belgium company with an US office manufactures an electric headband one wears for 20 minutes a day to fight migraine. Read the article on Google:  "FDA Approves Electric Headband to Fight Migraine. The device sends electrical impulses to the brain that commands the nerve centers to reduce pain. The name of the company is Cefaly.


A second device to fight migraine pain has been reported in the journal, Bioscience Technology this March. This device is a wireless patch worn on the body, probably an arm or leg, may reduce migraine pain as well as drugs. Visit  Google and search for:  "Wireless Patch May Reduce Migraine Pain as Well as Drugs."


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