how does one get this device? sounds great.
FDA Approves Migraine Prevention Device — Physician’s First Watch
FDA Approves Migraine Prevention Device
By Kelly Young
The FDA has approved marketing of the first device to prevent migraine headaches. The Cefaly transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device is intended to be used, once a day for 20 minutes, by adults with migraines.
The user applies a self-adhesive electrode in the center of the forehead. The device uses an electrical current to stimulate branches of the trigeminal nerve.
A trial of nearly 70 people found that Cefaly users had fewer days with migraine per month and used less medication to control their migraines, compared with patients using a placebo device.