Everyone feels anxious on occasion. It's a normal, healthy emotion that alerts us to possible threats. It's only problematic when our natural alarm sounds during otherwise safe situations. Anxiety is one of several associated symptoms of a Migraine attack. After all, the pain and emotion pathways in the brain are closely linked.
This is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Peter Goadsby. I had the privilege of meeting with him in San Francisco at the June 2018 AHS Scientific Meeting. In the interview, we discussed the recent results of the Autonomic Technologies CH-2 clinical trial of their sphenopalatine ganglion microstimulator system.
It's a big day for people living with Migraine disease. For the first time in history, we have a treatment that was specifically developed to prevent Migraine attacks. Aimovig™ (erenumab-aooe) received FDA approval for the prevention of Migraine in patients experiencing four or more Migraine days per month.