Migraine headache – Any mitochondrial impairment

Migraine

Mitochondria in migraine pathophysiology – does epigenetics play a role?   Migraine headache – Any mitochondrial impairment in the brain likely leads to a deficit in mitochondrial energy, which in turn can be a migraine trigger.   Fila, M., Pawłowska, E., & Blasiak, J. (2019). Mitochondria in migraine pathophysiology – does epigenetics play a role?. Archives…

Research

ANTIBIOTICSEstrogenHypnotherapyLEEP / LLETZMeditationPEYRONIE’SProgesteroneANTIBIOTICS METRONIDAZOLE   Link between the use of metronidazole and peripheral neuropathy (When used for longer than 4 weeks) » NITROFURANTOIN Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic used mainly in the treatment of urinary tract infections. Toxicity can cause peripheral neuropathy – Adverse effects » Skin biopsies revealed distinctive morphologic changes with clustered terminal nerve swellings without evidence of nerve fiber degeneration. » OBSERVATION Antibiotic use…