Neurology 2020 05 6;94(21):e2203-e2212. Epub 2020 May 6.
From the Department of Neurology (A.K., R.B.), Department of Cardiology (G.S.), Centre for Integrated Medicine and Research (CIMR) (D.D.), and Department of Biostatistics (S.V.), All India Institute of Medical Sciences (R.K.S., D.D., M.T., M.V.P.S.); and Cardio-thoracic Centre (G.S.), New Delhi, India.
Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of yoga as an adjuvant to conventional medical management on clinical outcomes in patients with migraine.
Methods: CONTAIN was a prospective, randomized, open-label superiority trial with blinded endpoint assessment carried out at a single tertiary care academic hospital in New Delhi, India. Patients enrolled were aged 18-50 years with a diagnosis of episodic migraine and were randomized into medical and yoga groups (1:1). Read More