The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a novel new nerve-stimulating headband designed to treat and prevent migraine headaches. The device offers a new option for migraine sufferers who cannot tolerate migraine medications. The Cefaly device is a battery-powered plastic headband that is worn across the forehead. The band emits a low electrical current through an adhesive electrode to help stimulate nerves that trigger migraines. The headband is designed to be worn for up to 20 minutes a day in adult patients age 18 and older. The device was approved based on a 67-person study that showed those using ... Read More
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