New Handheld Device For Vestibular Migraine Treatment

New Handheld Device For Vestibular Migraine Treatment    

It Stimulates The Vagus Nerve, Based On A Similar Treatment For Vertigo And Epilepsy    

There is a condition called vestibular migraine. According to statistics, 15% of the world's population suffers from migraines, which can be moderate to severe headaches. Minor or moderate migraine can be confused with frequent headaches and not diagnosed. It also can be related to neurological issues, such as light sensitivity, nausea, dizziness, and disordered speech. In the case of vestibular migraine, the symptoms are vertigo and dizziness, including the sensation that everything is spinning over. Up to now, the causes have not been identified, and there is no clear treatment. However, researchers have devised a new treatment, consisting of a new a small handheld device that is placed over the neck, sending a short electrical impulse to activate the vagus nerve, which is a long nerve that goes from the brainstem through the neck, and is responsible for regulating all the organs in the body, including heart rate, intestinal movements, and mood. This treatment is being used for epilepsy and depression and may treat migraine headaches, and also vertigo not related to migraine.


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