Fuse Infusion offers Treatment for Chronic Migraines.
Most of the time, you may encounter a situation when you have experienced a severe headache that may lead to a bad one. This may lead to the fact that this headache will become unbearable for you. Well, chronic migraine is something more intense and worse than having a bad headache.
In the US, there is quite a large number of individuals who have experienced chronic migraine, and sometimes may get worse, so it becomes difficult to treat them.
Chronic migraine symptoms make it difficult or impossible for you to do anything, which is normal. Patients with chronic migraine only want a quiet, dark room where they can sit until their symptoms are over.
Fuse Infusion brings you treatment for chronic migraine, which is a newly advanced way to help individuals overcome their chronic migraine symptoms.
Chronic Migraine – Overview
Chronic migraine is a condition where patients experience long-lasting episodes of migraines and headaches. These situations last longer for an individual, and they occur frequently.
Your symptoms from a chronic migraine may change daily or even every hour. Due to this, it may be hard to distinguish between one migraine or headache and another.
Difference between a Headache and Migraine
International Classification of Headache Disorders classifies both migraines and headaches into the chronic migraine definition. However, they are different.
Although headaches are normally unpleasant and inconvenient, they are rarely severe enough to prevent you from carrying out your regular activities. Headaches of the tension type (TTH) are the most prevalent kind. Pain affecting your head or face but not your brain is the primary sign of TTH.
Migraines can be painful because they directly affect your brain; the symptoms frequently get severe enough to interfere with your daily routine and activities. When you have a migraine, trying to go about your life as you would in normal conditions can be excruciating.
Around 12% to 15% of people globally suffer from migraines, making them uncommon. Experts believe that between 1% and 2.2% of individuals globally suffer from chronic migraine.
How Will Fuse Infusion Support You During Biologic Infusion Therapy?
At Fuse Infusion, we offer biological infusion therapy to patients diagnosed with chronic autoimmune diseases. We offer treatment in a safe and secure setting and ensure our full support during the infusion procedure.
We have highly qualified and expert medical professionals who constantly monitor you for allergies or side effects after receiving biological infusions.
Chronic Migraine Causes
It is highly possible that if you are experiencing a chronic migraine, then it may be genetic. This means you are more likely to experience the chronic migraine condition if your close biological relative, particularly grandparents or parents, have experienced this condition.
Moreover, according to researchers, several factors could cause headaches, such as:
- Vascular widening or narrowing causes changes in blood flow in your brain.
- Temporary modifications that hinder the ability of brain cells to transmit electrical signals.
- Neurotransmitter concentrations, such as serotonin, change due to these changes in brain chemistry.
- Incorrect signaling from nerve clusters in your head or near your eyes.
- Malfunctions in the brain’s different signals and pain processing centers.
- Changes in the way your body perceives and processes pain as a result of chronic pain.
It is also possible that episodes of migraines can sometimes change into a chronic migraine condition and affects you. Sometimes, overuse of certain medications can lead to chronic migraines. So, healthcare professionals highly recommend avoiding medicines overuse.
Chronic Migraine Symptoms
Episodic migraines and chronic migraines have the same symptoms. The episodes of chronic migraines happen more often and last longer than any common migraine. Chronic migraine also involves headaches.
You must have the following to receive this diagnosis:
- Whenever you get a headache or migraine, at least 15 days a month, this has to continue for a minimum of three months.
- At least eight days per month when you experience migraine symptoms or characteristics in your headaches. This has to continue for a minimum of three months.
Migraine involves four stages. These stages include prodrome, aura, headache, and postdrome. In each stage, migraine symptoms vary, and there are different medications for chronic migraine treatment.
Chronic Migraine Treatment
At Fuse Infusion, we offer chronic migraine treatment with the new and latest technique of biological infusion therapy. In this biological therapy, we administered genetically engineered biologics into a patient’s body.
Three monoclonal antibodies that target CGRP are currently available on the market to treat migraines; they are all injected subcutaneously. These monoclonal antibodies include:
- Erenumab-aooe (Aimovig)
- Galcanezumab-gnlm (Emgality)
- Fremanezumab-vfrm (Ajovy
There is another class of CGRP antagonists biologics which are the small molecules that help patients overcome chronic migraine symptoms. There are various other biologics that are under the development phase, and trials are continued for the treatment of chronic migraine.
Contact Fuse Infusion for Chronic Migraine Treatment
If your doctor has recommended biological therapy treatment for chronic migraine, we at Fuse Infusion offer you the best treatment services. We treat chronic migraine through medications, which are specialized biologics, and help our patients in overcoming this chronic disease.
Each Fuse Infusion patient receives direct care and treatment from our licensed professionals throughout biological infusion therapy, providing thorough medical management.
From start to end, each patient receives individualized care. When required, on-call medical professionals are accessible.
At Fuse Infusion, we believe in offering premium-quality services to our patients. So, contact us to receive a biological infusion today!