4 edition of Sacks: Migraine found in the catalog.
July 1, 1992
by University of California Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Although his first book, Migraine (), marked a relatively conventional beginning, Sacks’s decision to write about a neurological disorder with complex psychological precipitants and. Migraine is an age-old - the first recorded instances date back over two thousand years - and often debilitating condition, affecting a 'substantial minority' of the population across the globe. In Migraine, Oliver Sacks offers at once a medical account of its occurrence and management; an exploration of its physical, physiological, and.
Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada. Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for Students. His first book was on migraine and in his subsequent books many descriptions of migraine can be found, mainly those of auras. Methods. We explored the descriptions of migraine in Sacks’ work in order to evaluate the image of migraine offered to the readers. Conclusion.
This revised edition of Oliver Sacks book is considerably expanded with additional case histories, new findings and practical information on treatment. In a new chapter, illustrated with startling colour paintings by migraine patients, Dr Sacks discusses similarities among the visual hallucinations, or auras, that often precede a migraine and /5(). Hallucinations by Oliver Sacks in DOC, EPUB, TXT download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader! All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws.
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For centuries, physicians and migraineurs have been fascinated by the many manifestations of migraine, and especially by the visual hallucinations or auras- similar in some ways to those induced by hallucinogenic drugs or deliria–which often precede a migraine.
In this revised edition of his first book, Dr. Sacks describes these hallucinatory constants and what they reveal about the.
This book, though older with only a few recent updates, is a fairly extensive look at migraine. Oliver Sacks does a good job of including all of the different types of migraine conditions and aura symptoms through presentation of many case studies and some research/5().
Dr. Sacks points out that a violent throbbing headache is only one symptom of migraine, and that headache can last from three hours to several days. Other symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, vertigo, sensitivity to light and sounds, abdominal pain, dropping pulse rate, unusual drowsiness, s: Every migraineur should read this book.
Sacks discusses migraine in terms of case histories, Sacks: Migraine book, psychology, and the history of medicine. His account of migraine auras engage with religious figures and research on hallucinogens.
The case histories are numerous and rich, and his digests of clinical experience are detailed, organized, and humane/5. Oliver Sacks argues that migraine cannot be understood simply as an illness, but must be viewed as a complex condition with a unique role to /5(5).
Oliver Sacks’s book, “Migraine,” does contain elegance and awe. Sacks — the late neurologist best known for his book “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” — eschews self-help Author: Sibbie O'sullivan.
Background Oliver Sacks () published a large number of books on a variety of neurological topics. Of these, numerous copies have been sold and they probably serve as the only or main source of information on neurological diseases for many persons without a medical background. His first book was on migraine andCited by: 1.
In Migraine, Oliver Sacks offers at once a medical account of its occurrence and management; an exploration of its physical, physiological, and psychological underpinnings and consequences; and a meditation on the nature and experience of health and illness/5(). Books.
Everything In Its Place; The River of Consciousness; Gratitude; On The Move; Hallucinations; The Mind’s Eye; Musicophilia; Oaxaca Journal; Uncle Tungsten; The Island of the Colorblind; An Anthropologist on Mars; Seeing Voices; The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat; A Leg to Stand On; Awakenings; Migraine; Inspired by Sacks; In News.
Hallucinations is a book written by the neurologist Oliver Sacks. In Hallucinations, Sacks recounts stories of hallucinations and other mind-altering episodes of both his patients and himself and uses them in an attempt to elucidate certain features and structures of.
Migraine: Understanding A Common Disorder by Oliver Sacks MD. Why We Like It: One of the original tomes on migraine written by a famed NYU Neurologist, this book helped define migraines and influenced modern treatment.
Known for gift of clinical prose, Dr. Sacks also wrote Awakenings, later made into a film. Migraine: The Evolution of a Common Disorder. by Oliver Sacks. Rated stars. See Customer Reviews.5/5(5).
By (author) Oliver Sacks. Share. The many manifestations of migraine can vary dramatically from one patient to another, even within the same patient at different times. Among the most compelling and perplexing of these symptoms are the strange visual hallucinations and distortions of space, time, and body image which migraineurs sometimes experience/5(K).
By Oliver Sacks. Oliver Sacks is a man obsessed with migraines. He practically inhabits them. His book “Migraine”, originally published in and revised inis a self-confessed “meditation on the nature of health and illness.”.
Reading it, you get a sense of hurtling down the rabbit hole with Sacks as he explores every nook and cranny of a subject that clearly fascinates him. What is less known is that Sacks’ first book, published infocused on the neuropsychological aspects of migraine.
Like so much of his life, the story of how. Migraine: Understanding a Common Disorder. Near Fine / Near Fine. Item # ISBN: Berkeley: University of California Press, First Thus with full numberline. Octavo. pages. Unclipped illustrated dust jacket with original $ price present.
Request PDF | Oliver Sacks and migraine | Background: Oliver Sacks () published a large number of books on a variety of neurological topics. His first book was on migraine and in his.
By Oliver Sacks I have had migraines for most of my life; the first attack I remember occurred when I was 3 or 4 years old. I was playing in the garden when a. This revised edition of Oliver Sacks's book is considerably expanded with additional case histories, new findings and practical information on treatment.
In a new chapter, illustrated with startling colour paintings by migraine patients, Dr Sacks discusses similiarities among the visual hallucinations, or auras, that often precede a migraine. Migraine - eBook () by Oliver Sacks. Oliver Sacks was a neurologist, writer, and professor of medicine. Born in London inhe moved to New York City inwhere he launched his medical career and began writing case studies of his patients.
Migraine by Oliver Sacks. The many manifestations of migraine can vary dramatically from one patient to another, even within the same patient at different times. Among the most compelling and perplexing of these symptoms are the strange visual hallucinations and distortions of space, time, and body image which migraineurs sometimes experience.In recent years the bestselling Awakenings and The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat have received great critical acclaim, but Oliver Sacks's readers may remember that he began his medical career working with migraine patients.
In this new edition of Migraine, he returns to his first book and enriches it with additional case histories, new findings, and practical information.4/5(1).Migraine - Ebook written by Oliver Sacks.
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