A new survey confirms what many female migraine sufferers have long experienced: an increase in migraines during hormonal changes (menopausal transition).
Monthly Archives: January 2015
The first concern of many newly diagnosed migraine sufferers is how long these attacks are likely to last. Many with migraine can experience attacks lasting anything from a couple of hours to episodes that drag on for days. The entire … Continue reading
So what is migraine? Well migraine is a common neurological condition, characterised by episodes called migraine attacks. Migraine headaches are distinct from regular non-migrainous headaches.
Headache affects nine in 10 people at some time and there are at least 6.7 million migraine sufferers in England alone. In 2012-13 there were more than 19,000 emergency admissions for migraine and headache disorders. This is a 12 % … Continue reading