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Dietary Therapy could be an Important Factor in the Prevention of Headache Symptoms in Migraine (without Aura): A Case Study

@article{Kokavec2014DietaryTC,
  title={Dietary Therapy could be an Important Factor in the Prevention of Headache Symptoms in Migraine (without Aura): A Case Study},
  author={A. Kokavec},
  journal={Food and Public Health},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={15-22}
}
  • A. Kokavec
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • Food and Public Health
Background/Aims: Early work suggests that migraine may be triggered by a diet-induced reactive hypoglycemia. The aim here is to report on the efficacy of dietary therapy in the management and treatment of headache symptoms in a chronic migraine (without aura) patient. Methods: A 51-year-old man previously diagnosed with chronic migraine (without aura) presented for treatment. The patient, upon request by his treating medical practitioner, had maintained a comprehensive headache diary, which… Expand
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