Tension type headaches

What is it?

Tight or pressure-type pain, often described like a bar located on the left and right of the anterior part of the skull. Anterior tension type headaches do not get worse with physical activity, nor are they accompanied by vomiting or visual disturbances.

Cefaly?

Is indicated when attacks are frequent (several times a month). Cefaly’s effectiveness will first and foremost be preventative in order to significantly reduce the frequency of migraine attacks. It can also reduce pain during an attack.

Benefit?

Significant improvement for 2 patients out of 3.