|drug2059||Mindfulness program Wiki||0.71|
|drug3324||Symptomatic drugs Wiki||0.71|
|drug551||Bridge therapy Wiki||0.71|
|D051271||Headache Disorders, Secondary NIH||0.71|
|D008881||Migraine Disorders NIH||0.71|
There are 2 clinical trials
Chronic Migraine is a disabling condition that affects the 2% of migraine population. It is often associated with medication overuse that makes this condition very difficult to treat. The literature of the last decades confirm the efficacy of withdrawal for patients with medication overuse but it is also confirmed that patients have to be carefully followed in the last period after withdrawal to avoid relapses and to improve the clinical benefit of the therapeutic approach. It has been also reported how the clinical results can be improved when traditional therapies are combined with behavioral approaches in particular mindfulness, that help patient to become more conscious about their symptoms and able to manage pain without medication. Generally patients after withdrawal follow a specific prophylaxis for migraine, but also come weekly to the hospital for practicing mindfulness for 6 sessionsAs the emergency situation due to the Corona-virus pandemic phenomenon in Italy, patients will miss the possibility to come for the regular practice to the hospital: for this reason the investigator propose a small pilot study to enforce the use of technology for our patients so that they can continue to be followed in their therapeutic process. This preliminary study will be conducted on 25 patients that have been submitted to a withdrawal according to the standard procedure at our hospital and they will practice mindfulness daily by a standard session of 12 minutes on their smartphone recorded by the expert who generally manage their sessions at the hospital and also a weekly video-call to evaluate the clinical condition and to encourage to use strategies for pain management. This modality will allow the patients to continue their therapeutic process and to be followed regularly during the one year after withdrawal
Description: Changes in migraine /days per month and medication intake/month (decrease of at least 50% in at least 50% of CM-MO patients)Measure: Efficacy of Mindfullness by Smartphone Time: at 6 months and 12 months follow-up compared with baseline (Headache Daily Diary)
Description: Changes in disability, impact Migraine Disability Assessment Score (MIDAS questionnaire) minimum score 0-maximum score 270 HIGHER SCORES worse outcome (they indicate more disability)Measure: Change of Disability Score Time: 6months - 12months
Description: Changes in Headache Impact Test (HIT-6) minimum score 36- maximum score 78 HIGHER SCORES worse outcome (they indicate more impact)Measure: Change in Quality of life Time: 6months - 12 months
Medication Overuse Headache (MOH) is a disabling condition that affects the 2% of migraine population. Medication overuse (MO) makes this condition very difficult to treat. The literature of the last decades confirm the efficacy of withdrawal for patients with medication overuse, but it is also confirmed that patients have to be carefully followed after withdrawal to avoid relapses and to improve the clinical benefit of the therapeutic approach. Clinical results can be improved when traditional therapies are combined with behavioral approaches in particular mindfulness, that help patient to become more conscious about their symptoms and able to manage pain without medication. As the emergency situation due to the Corona-virus pandemic phenomenon in Italy, the regular clinical practice adopted for patients with CM-MO has changed in the last weeks: patients cannot come to the hospital for the withdrawal iv therapy and for regular follow up as the reduced mobility due to the emergency in particular in the Lombardia region, but all over Italy. So the investigators propose a pilot study to enforce the application of a Home-program for the withdrawal procedure for patients and the use of technology like smartphone and video calls so that patients can continue to be followed in their therapeutic process by using behavioral support and mindfulness practice. Patients will perform the withdrawal program at home, by oral administration of therapies, with specific instructions and education. Also the information for behavioral approach and mindfulness practice will be given, to use every day at home. Daily standardized mindfulness sessions of 12 minutes on their smartphone will be combined with weekly video-call to evaluate the clinical condition and to encourage the use strategies for pain management. Face-to-face visits at the follow up every three months will be scheduled. This modality will allow the patients to continue their therapeutic process and to be regularly followed during the one year after withdrawal.
Description: Drop-out rates after withdrawal treatmentMeasure: Drop out rates Time: at 12 months
Description: Percentages of patients with absence of Medication Overuse HeadacheMeasure: Absence of Medication Overuse Headache (MOH) Time: at 12 months from withdrawal program (assessed by Daily Diary Card)
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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