Frequently Asked Questions about migraine in children & what we do.
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Psychological therapies (e.g. relaxation, hypnosis, coping skills training, biofeedback, and cognitive behavioural therapy) may help young people manage pain and its disabling consequences. Especially cognitive behavioural therapy may reduce pain frequency in children with migraine.
Cognitive behavioural therapy, also called CBT, is a talking therapy. CBT teaches you how emotions, thoughts, behaviours, and physical sensations are interlinked. CBT is proven to be an effective way to prevent migraine in children.
The Happyr Health Chat is based on cognitive behavioural therapy, also called CBT. In the chat, children check-in daily to reflect on their day. They learn about feelings, thoughts, and behaviours and how these can impact their migraine. By working on actionable and interactive strategies in the chat, they learn how to cope with migraine.
A migraine is a neurological disorder. It can show in different forms, often with a moderate or severe headache. Many migraine patients also have symptoms of nausea or light sensitivity.
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