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What is the best treatment for long standing migraines ?

My husband s age 33yrs,weigh 95kgs. My husband has been suffering from severe migrane for years say from his childhood.He could not get it treated yet.He has been living with panadols, sardons etc...He is diabetic too at the borderline ..Isnt there any permanent way to get it treated.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Aug 2011
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There is good treatment available for migraines. Does he get watering eyes and runny nose, as well during the headache. He needs to avoid bright light, loud noise, cheese, chocolate, smoking, alcohol. The triptan group of drugs are very helpful to abort an attack. But best would be if you consult a Neurologist to get him on prophylactic treatment as well as immediate treatment to stop the attacks. This will prevent further attacks as well. Eat healthy. Drink enough water. Exercise daily. His Diabetes needs to be under control as well with proper diet and exercise.
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