Up until now a migraine cure has been rather elusive. Sufferers of migraines were traditionally told to stay away from factors which may trigger their migraines such as stress, bright lights, foods, or certain exercises.
Migraine is one of the most common disabling disorders in the world. Locating the problems behind illnesses such as migraines and epilepsy is much more complex than it seems. This is because the patient does not have any neural responses to the illness until an episode occurs which makes it problematic to detect biochemical clues.
A Cure for the Disabling Disorder
Who is at Risk?
This is what became the target area for researchers looking to find a cure for migraine. If the glutamate buildup in the synapse can be prevented, then migraines can be effectively reduced or even eliminated.
Future Implications of the Research
The study may even lead to an upheaval of the treatment methods that we know today as recognition, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment are transformed.