New Daily Persistent Headache

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NDPH Patient Experience Survey

This is a survey intended for people who have been diagnosed with New Daily Persistent Headache (NDPH). The results will be used to support further research and advocacy efforts.


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A variety of medications are used to treat NDPH, including triptans, CGRP blockers, anticonvulsants, antidepressants, and more.


There has been a flurry of interest in psychedelics recently, but most of the conversation has been surrounding mental health. Researchers and experts discuss guided experiences and integration of those experiences often, however, these professionals are ignoring the very real benefit of these medicines in treatment of physical diseases.

Other Treatments

Other treatments like physical therapy, acupuncture, nutritional supplements, biofeedback, mind-body approaches, and scrambler therapy are also used.


There are several procedures used to treat NDPH, including nerve blocks, Botox injections, facet blocks, nerve decompression, and nerve stimulator surgery.

Doctors & Headache Centers

When you’re dealing with a rare condition like NDPH, it can be difficult to find doctors or health care providers who are familiar with symptoms and treatment options. Here’s a list of doctors and U.S. headache centers that have experience treating NDPH:

Explore Research

New treatment options and causes of NDPH are continually being explored through research. Click here to learn more about published articles on NDPH treatments that have worked.

Check out the journey’s of some other NDPH warriors

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Email info@NDPHaware.org with any questions or suggestions.

Thank You!

We’d like to recognize the person (who wishes to stay anonymous) for all their hard work in originally creating content for this website. This was a big undertaking and we appreciate their support by allowing us to continue what they started- Education, Advocacy and Research for patients with New Daily Persistent Headache.

***Disclaimer: This site is not designed to offer medical advice or replace the advice of your doctor or medical provider. It does not endorse any specific medical or non-medical treatments, approaches, or providers. Always carefully review the benefits and risks of all treatments and discuss them with your medical provider.