There are nearly 30 million Americans who suffer from some form of migraine pain. Migraine pain is a form of headache that can not be tolerated and occurs quite often in most men and women. Now researchers are hoping that there will be a solution to migraine pain with the help of two new electric stimulatory approaches. The two new approaches to migraine pain are usually for patients suffering from severe migraine pain.

Occipital nerve stimulation
a. This approach involves in connecting a device to electrodes and the electrodes are placed at the back of the head.
b. The electrodes deliver electrical current to zap migraine pain.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation
a. This procedure uses a magnetic device, which is pressed to the back of the head.
b. Then magnetic device delivers pulses which alters electrical activity in the brain to prevent the pain.