1. US scientists develop relaxation mobile app to help manage migraines  TimesLIVE
  2. Smartphone relaxation app helps some manage migraine  Medical Xpress
  3. New smartphone app may help people manage migraine  Express Computer
  4. Suffering from migraine? This new app helps reduce frequency of headaches  Business Standard
  5. This smartphone app may help people with migraine  Gadgets Now
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Researchers in the US have developed a smartphone application aimed at migraine sufferers, guiding them through a relaxation technique involving alternately relaxing and tensing different muscle groups.Researchers in the US have developed a smartphone application aimed at migraine sufferers, guiding them through a relaxation technique involving alternately relaxing and tensing different muscle groups.

US scientists develop relaxation mobile app to help manage migraines

Migraine sufferers who used a smartphone-based relaxation technique at least twice a week experienced on average four fewer headache days per month, a new study shows.

Smartphone relaxation app helps some manage migraine

Researchers have developed a smartphone-based relaxation app which may help reduce the frequency of headaches in people suffering from migraine.Researchers have developed a smartphone-based relaxation app which may help reduce the frequency of headaches in people suffering from migraine.

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Read more about Suffering from migraine? This new app helps reduce frequency of headaches on Business Standard. Primary symptoms of migraine include moderate to severe head pain that is often accompanied by nausea and sensitivityPrimary symptoms of migraine include moderate to severe head pain that is often accompanied by nausea and sensitivity

Suffering from migraine? This new app helps reduce frequency of headaches | Business Standard News

Researchers have developed a smartphone-based relaxation app which may help reduce the frequency of headaches in people suffering from migraine

New smartphone app may help people manage migraine - Express Computer