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Psychological intervention in migraine

Marjolijn Sorbi

Psychological intervention in migraine

by Marjolijn Sorbi

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Published by Eburon in Delft .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Migraine -- Psychosomatic aspects.,
  • Stress (Physiology)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMarjolijn Sorbi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC392 .S64 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination144 p. :
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19341045M
    ISBN 109051660499

      'Family intervention' helps people who have a diagnosis of schizophrenia stay well – and can also make a difference to the wellbeing of their relatives. Professor Elizabeth Kuipers and her colleagues at King's College London's Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) have helped prove this to be the case and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommends at least 10 psychological intervention, administration (individual and/or group and additional delivery mode), intervention provider, length of intervention, percentage of adherence

    This book examines the occupational therapy paradigm (its focal viewpoint, core constructs, and values) as well as the role of complexity/chaos theory as a scientific The objectives of this thesis were: (1) To assess all literature concerning prophylactic treatment of migraine in children and adolescents; (2) To describe and evaluate the literature concerning the occurrence and manifestations of psychological (dys)functioning and/or psychiatric comorbidity in children and adolescents with migraine in clinical studies; (3) To evaluate generic health-related

    Abstract. The objectives of this thesis were: (1) To assess all literature concerning prophylactic treatment of migraine in children and adolescents; (2) To describe and evaluate the literature concerning the occurrence and manifestations of psychological (dys)functioning and/or psychiatric comorbidity in children and adolescents with migraine in clinical studies; (3) To evaluate generic Migraine is a chronic, episodic primary headache[1]. It is thought to be a neurovascular pain syndrome with altered central neuronal processing (activation of brainstem nuclei, cortical hyperexcitability, and spreading cortical depression) and involvement of the trigeminovascular system (triggering neuropeptide release, which produces painful inflammation in cranial vessels and the dura mater


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Background: Migraine is a common neurological problem associated with the highest burden amongst neurological conditions in terms of years lived with disability. Medications can be used as prophylaxis or rescue medicines, but are costly and not always effective. A range of psychological interventions have been developed to manage ://   Forest plot of psychological sleep interventions for headache frequency in adults.

Note: Exact P values were not provided by Ruff et al., therefore a two-tailed test with p = Abstract Background Migraine is a common neurological problem associated with the highest burden amongst neurological conditions in terms of years lived with disability.

Medications can be used as prophylaxis or rescue medicines, but are costly and not always effective. A range of psychological interventions have been developed to manage :// Request PDF | Psychological therapies for the prevention of migraine in adults | Background: Migraine is a common neurological problem associated with the highest burden amongst neurological 1 day ago  Psychological interventions that are potentially scalable include modified, evidence based psychological treatments, such as: Brief, basic, non-specialist-delivered versions of existing evidence-based psychological treatments (e.g., basic versions of psychological orientation of the modularised therapeutic approach for competent and safe practice.) 4.

Duration of intervention The duration of the therapeutic intervention will depend upon the assessment of client need and the type of intervention/therapy employed.

This can vary along a continuum, from brief interventions   psychological intervention. On this basis, this review included a broad range of psychological interventions selected through direction from government and identification of interventions with a large or increasing evidence base.

This has led to the inclusion of two /   Intervention. Twelve studies (%) used CBT approaches (mindfulness-based training, ‘learning to cope with triggers’ program, ACT, guided imagery), 6 (%) described multi-disciplinary interventions including at least one psychological component, 5 (%) were based on relaxation training, 3 (%) compared different psychological interventions, and 2 focused on BFB (%).

In a most general way, psychological intervention is a method of inducing changes in a person's. behavior, thoughts, or feelings. Although the same might also be said for a TV commercial or the efforts of teachers and close. friends, psychotherapy involves intervention in the ?psychological_interventions_and_their_goals_the.

Throughout the book, key research findings concerning illness management, reducing noncompliance, and improving psychological outcomes are brought to light. The author lays out research priorities and discusses clinical applications that integrate research into :// Background.

Migraine headache is identified as the seventh most disabling condition worldwide [] and has a severe impact on personal, social and work life as demonstrated by both quantitative assessments [2–4] and qualitative studies [5–7].It is estimated that in the UK between 10 and 12 % of adults suffer with migraine, 6 % of men and 15–18 % of women [].

In subgroup analysis, there were no significant difference between subgroups when performed by headache type (P = ) and intervention type (P = ).According to type of headache, studies that restricted the sample to migraine significantly favored psychological treatment over placebo with pooled mean difference of − (95% CI [−− ]).

Buy Psychological interventions in mental health nursing 1 by Smith. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible  › Health, Family & Lifestyle › Medical & Healthcare Practitioners › Nursing. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the role of psychology in treating patients with chronic pain, using evidence-based therapies.

Taking a multidisciplinary approach that includes cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and chronic pain self-management, Beth D. Darnall shows mental health professionals how to use mindfulness interventions, hypnosis, and Psychological Interventions for Headache in Children and Adolescents - Volume 39 Issue 1 - Christine B.

Sieberg, Anna Huguet, Carl L. von Baeyer, Shashi S. Seshia   children with migraine, there are no intervention studies directed at decreasing headache attacks that have assessed the effect on psychological (dys)functioning or psychiatric comorbidity as the main outcome.

This implies that this aspect of childhood migraine is largely :// A study of more than migraine patients suggests those who supplement medication with yoga experience significant improvement in migraine frequency and intensity within 3 ://   "Psychological Management of Chronic Headaches outlines a much-needed systemic perspective for the management of chronic headache disorders.

The author carefully identifies the complex determinants of migraine and tension-type headache symptoms and provides the clinician with a functional framework for organizing interventions for the  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences. Psychological Assessment. During your initial visit to the Diamond Headache Clinic, we perform an intake assessment, which is used to screen for major psychological disorders and evaluate life stresses.

In this assessment, we may determine some psychological causes of your migraine :// Objectives To assess the effect of non-pharmacological self-management interventions against usual care, and to explore different components and delivery methods within those interventions Participants People living with migraine and/or tension-type headache Interventions Non-pharmacological educational or psychological self-management interventions; excluding biofeedback and physical ://.

Chronic pain is a complex disorder to which medical and psychological factors both contribute and react. While there are numerous chronic pain conditions, they share certain experiences. This review examines some of the psychological factors that are common to the pain experience and some of the psychologically-based treatments that have been utilized in conduction with medical Who Is the Client?

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