THE executive chairman, Apollo Hospitals, Dr Prathap C Reddy launched the Apollo Hospitals Headache-Migraine and Memory clinics at a function on Tuesday.
Speaking to the media, Reddy said the clinics would be opened in all the Apollo Hospitals. Several lifestyle trends were increasingly making headaches common, and many a time could severely hit productivity.
Over 20 per cent of the people affected by some form of headache comprised the younger generation. This affected their productive period. Migraine was hereditary, and if treatment was delayed could end up becoming chronic. It would lead to psychological problems and depression. If treatment was started early, it could lead to significant improvement, said Dr Arulselvan, consultant neurologist, Apollo Hospitals....................Read more
Source: The New Indian Express