The following headache medicine can help with headaches, according to research published online this week in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
The research team looked at more than 500 people with migraine who were treated with the pain reliever and found that people who used the medication for headaches experienced a drop in their levels of certain brain chemicals, including a neuropeptide called BDNF.BDNF is also involved in regulating the function of nerve cells.
It helps regulate the brain’s electrical activity and is also linked to inflammation, headaches and memory loss.
The study found that patients who were taking the medication experienced a slight reduction in BDNF levels in their brain, which helped prevent brain damage and memory impairment.
The researchers said they believe the brain changes could be related to the medication’s anti-inflammatory effect.
“We think that BDNF may be a candidate to be part of a potential neuroprotection mechanism for headache,” study author Amy Nadel, a clinical assistant professor at the University of Arizona, told ESPN.
“If we can find a mechanism for how it might protect the brain, it would be very interesting to know more about how BDNF could be a neuroprotectant.”BDNF has been used for decades as a treatment for migraines, which often result from chronic inflammation.
In the past, some researchers have suggested that BDN could protect the nervous system by acting as a neuroprotective agent.
In the new study, the researchers looked at a group of patients who had migrainous headaches and were treated using the medication.
They then followed up with the patients for four weeks and found a drop of BDNF in the brains of the patients who used painkillers.
The BDNF drop was most pronounced in the patients taking painkillers at baseline, and the study team then followed them for four more weeks to determine whether this drop continued after they stopped taking pain medication.”BDNF may protect the neurons in the brain and possibly decrease the number of neurons that are damaged during the headache,” the study said.
“Thus, this may explain the anti-inflammation effects of BDN.”
In addition to the BDNF effect, the BDN study team also found that those who were on the medication were also showing signs of brain damage.
For instance, they also found evidence that there was a reduction in the levels of a protein called Bcl-2, which is involved in cell division and cell repair.BDN is a non-steroidal anti-cancer drug that can also be used for arthritis pain and depression.