Two types of neuromodulation therapy are now approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (sTMS) involves stimulating the brain through magnetic impulses generated by a device placed over the person's head. The FDA have approved sTMS in the treatment of acute migraine. Transcutaneous supraorbital nerve stimulation (t-SNS) acts in a similar way, with a device placed on the forehead generating magnetic impulses that stimulate the supraorbital nerve, which allows the impulses to travel through the forehead to the scalp, eyes, and sinus. The FDA have approved t-SNS as a preventive treatment for migraine. Some studies suggest that practicing meditation can decrease the frequency of attacks and improve individuals' resilience to pain. Meditation is increasingly explored as a way of relieving stress and pain , as Medical News Today have reported. Research suggests that meditation - spiritual meditation, in particular - can improve tolerance to pain in the case of migraines. The study worked with participants who were dealing with migraine in their day-to-day lives. They were randomly assigned to practice one of four meditation types or relaxation techniques: spiritual meditation, internally focused secular meditation, externally focused secular meditation, or progressive muscle relaxation. It was found that the people involved in spiritual meditation experienced migraine attacks less frequently and had a strengthened pain tolerance threshold.
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Brothers charged after video shows them making anti-Semitic comments Hey Joe's Tacos is located in Damascus, Virginia. Please be aware that the following article and attached video contain references to anti-Semitic and graphic language. Discretion is advised. DAMASCUS, Va. — Police arrested two brothers on disorderly conduct and assault charges after a video posted on social media showed them yelling anti-Semitic comments at a man, according to the Damascus Police Department. In the video, the two men, Joseph Killian, 33, and Henry Killian II, 35, use multiple expletives as they yell slurs at the man, who filmed the encounter. Court documents identify him as Craig Johnston. Henry Killian, who points his middle finger at Johnston throughout the interaction, says, “You should get in a f---in’ Jewish oven and die like your ancestors.” At one point, Joseph Killian swats at the camera. It’s unclear if he makes direct contact with Johnston. The interaction occurred Monday outside Hey Joe’s, a taco restaurant off South Shady Avenue owned by the Killians’ father, according to Damascus Mayor Jack McCrady. Phone calls to the restaurant and knocks on the door were not answered. neuropathy acupunctureMcCrady said he was extremely disappointed after viewing the video.
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