In episode 144, Mike and James finish up their discussion about headache prevention with a poignant yet stirring discussion of the use of antihypertensive and antiepileptic agents for migraine prevention. We show these drugs work and decide that they work not as antihypertensives or antiepileptics but have something to do with their ability to induce fairies to sprinkle magical dust on the brain. At the end we realise that even when it comes to fairy dust, low dose is the way to go.
1) Propranolol for migraines
2) Lisinopril for migraine
3) Candesartan for migraine
4) Verapamil for headache
5) Hypertension treatment and headaches
6) Overview of pharmacological management