Migraine relief includes aspirin, triptans and opioid medications, according to Mayo Clinic. Alternative medicine expert Cathy Wong for About.com mentions natural remedies, including magnesium, butterbur, 5-HTP and fever... More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, although there is no cure for migraines, pain reliever medications can stop the pain of an acute migraine headache. The severity of the migraine dictates what medication is recommended. More »

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To treat migraine headaches in children, adults can give the child a doctor-prescribed headache medicine or an acetaminophen or ibuprofen designed for children, notes WebMD. Putting a moist or cold cloth over the child's... More »

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Migraine headaches cannot be cured, but patients can take pain-relieving medications and preventative medications to treat the symptoms of a migraine headache, explains Mayo Clinic. Pain medications are used to minimize ... More »

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Treatments for migraine headaches include taking pain-relieving medications, such as triptans and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and preventive medications, including antidepressants, antiseizure and cardiovascula... More »

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Migraine headaches can be triggered by foods, food additives, drinks, stress, hormonal changes, sensory stimuli, changes in sleeping patterns and various physical factors, according to Mayo Clinic. Medical science knows ... More »

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Cluster headaches do not have a cure, but a person can take fast-acting medications for pain relief, including oxygen, triptans, octreotide, dihydroergotamine and local anesthetic, according to Mayo Clinic. An individual... More »

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