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Zanaflex (Tizanidine)

Classic migraines begin with disturbances of vision. Soon after a painful headache rises to its throbbing crescendo. As often as not nausea and vomiting supervene rendering the use of oral medication completely ineffective.
Doctors don’t talk about removing the pain of a migraine headache. They talk about adequate relief. Nor do doctors talk about preventing a migraine. They speak of daily medication serving to reduce the frequency of attacks.
The sequence of process involved in the production of a migraine headache has been known for a long time. The factors that trigger this sequence are still not clear. Most experts agree that Serotonin, a neurotransmitter, plays an active part in the generation of migraine headaches. This understanding has led to the synthesis of an anti serotonin drug called Imigran that can abort the progress of migraine headaches in 90 per cent of cases. Available in New Zealand and overseas for some time, this drug has recently arrived in the Australian market place.
Now that Imigran is available in this country, people who cannot afford this expensive drug must continue the relatively clumsy use of conventional antinauseants and pain killers. The combination of a narcotic and a major tranquillizer offers the best available means of affordable migraine relief.

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