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The therapy of migraine

Migraine is one of the most common neurological disorders with a global prevalence estimated at 14-15%. The highest prevalence is between the ages of 35 and 39, and women are more frequently affected than men. The diagnosis of migraine is primarily based on clinical criteria and the patient’s medical history. To date, there are no disease-specific biomarkers, which is why the exclusion of a secondary cause of headache is crucial for the diagnosis and is included in the main criteria.
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Recognize insomnia, treat it and avoid cognition disorders

Sleep disorders are part of everyday life for a large proportion of the older population. A change in sleep architecture and a reduced need for sleep are natural. So when should we start talking about insomnia? And how can those affected be helped effectively beyond self-medication?
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Possibilities of nutritional therapy

The prevalence of people with overweight and obesity in Europe is almost 60%, and the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that obesity is (partly) responsible for around 1.2 million deaths in Europe alone. The current recommendations, challenges and possibilities of nutrition therapy for obesity will be highlighted.
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The therapy of migraine

Migraine is one of the most common neurological disorders with a global prevalence estimated at 14-15%. The highest prevalence is between the ages of 35 and 39, and women are more frequently affected than men. The diagnosis of migraine is primarily based on clinical criteria and the patient’s medical history. To date, there are no disease-specific biomarkers, which is why the exclusion of a secondary cause of headache is crucial for the diagnosis and is included in the main criteria.