Chronic Migraines: A Tidal Wave of Activity in the BrainFeb 24, 2014
An estimated 36 million people in the U.S. suffer from chronic migraines, an illness for which there are limited medications and no cure. Dr. K.C. Brennan describes a migraine as a tidal wave of activity that turns up the volume of the senses in the brain and debilitates many people. Listen as Dr. Brennan explains how his and othersâ€™ research is revealing more about chronic migraines and that he expects new discoveries in the next 10 years.