Migraine Treatments Directory
Migraine pain can be mild to severe. Common treatments begin with pain relief drugs. In addition, treatments depend on the type of migraine headache and how severe the pain is. Besides medication, there are alternative treatments like acupuncture, biofeedback, and diet changes. Also, there are prevention treatments. Choosing the right treatment depends on your current health, existing conditions, and individual need. Your doctor can help decide the best option. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of migraine treatments, what to expect, preventive treatments, and much more.
Alternative and Complementary Treatments for Headaches and Migraines
Learn more from WebMD about alternative migraine and headache treatments, such as herbal supplements, biofeedback, and acupuncture.
How Migraine Prevention Treatments Work
While we don't know the root cause of migraine, today's treatments target the things we know play a role in the process to help stop an attack before it starts
Triptans (Serotonin Receptor Agonists) for Migraine Headaches
These drugs can stop migraines after they start, but they're not the right fit for everyone who gets these headaches.
Latest Research on Migraine Treatments
Will they help your migraines? Find out what these treatments do, how they work, and who they’re for.
How to Get Back on Your Migraine Meds
If you’re having migraines after a period of remission, there’s good news: A few easy steps can bring relief again. Check out this advice from migraine experts.
Are there Alternative Treatments for Tension Headaches?
Over-the-counter painkillers aren’t always the only way to manage tension headaches. Can alternative treatments like acupuncture and herbs help, too?