Approximately 10 million (https://www.england.nhs.uk/2020/01/improved-nhs-migraine-care/) people in the UK, between the ages 15-69, suffer from migraine headaches. This type of headache is classified as a disabling illness and amongst the most common reasons for hospital visits. Migraine headaches are usually characterized by pain on one or both sides of your head, throbbing or pulsating pain, and also sensitivity to light, sounds, smells and touch.
Preventive treatment of migraine headaches can be an important component of chronic migraine management. The goal of preventive therapy is to reduce the frequency of pain, and/or duration of migraines. It is also to increase the effectiveness of medication that is taken at the earliest signs of a migraine headache. Improving your lifestyle to include regular exercise, sleep and balanced meals, will reduce the frequency of a migraine. And it’s very important to ensure you stay well hydrated and limit your intake of caffeine and alcohol.
Care.Wallet will be able to help reduce further symptoms and treatment; preventing further attacks. The ‘How Are You Feeling Today’ (HAYFT) Care.Card will provide the patient opportunities to send daily updates to their doctors by recording their symptoms and any side effects from their treatment. Patients will be able to receive quick support by sharing medical information between care coordinators and doctors. Through Care.Wallet, the patient will be able to share information with family and loved ones; keeping them informed of their health and wellbeing, in real-time.
Global Telehealth Exchange will allow people to have a doctor’s visit 24/7 no matter their location or economic status. And for people who suffer from migraines, it’s very important to receive fast and qualified help with just a few clicks. Solve.Care is working on making healthcare accessible, qualitative, and convenient for everyone.
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