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I Was A Teenage Heretic - Various - A Potential Migraine (Cassette)

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  1. Introduction. Headache is a common complaint among children and adolescents and is the most common referral to neurology practices, with migraine being one of the top five diseases of childhood [Stang and Osterhaus, ].However, it is frequently ignored by parents, teachers, and primary care providers as a significant problem, resulting in lost school days and impaired social interactions.
  2. If you or your teen has migraines, you have probably researched many potential treatments. But often people overlook the potential for TMJ to contribute to migraine frequency and intensity. Researchers in this study recommend that teens with migraines should be tested for TMJ, since they likely have a 75% risk of the condition.
  3. A migraine is a type of headache that recurs (keeps coming back), and also causes other symptoms. The pain is often throbbing and can happen on one or both sides of the head. People with migraines can feel dizzy or sick to their stomachs. They may be sensitive to light, noise, or smells. Migraines.
  4. In reality, three quarters of kids and teens have experienced a “severe headache” at some point in their young life, many of which carry the symptoms of migraine. Astoundingly, migraine may appear as early as 18 months, and half of all people who live with migraine have their first attack before the .
  5. Jun 10,  · Causes of migraines are hard to predict and very personal. Even family members frequently have different migraine triggers. For some people, not getting enough sleep or feeling stressed out brings on a migraine, whereas others may experience symptoms after sleeping too much or eating certain foods.
  6. Aug 14,  · For children and teens with migraine, the pain and symptoms that accompany migraine attacks can be debilitating, resulting in missed school days, absence from social or .
  7. Migraine headache is a ubiquitous disorder that is quite common in the pediatric and adolescent population. Especially during the teenage years, it occurs more frequently in girls than in boys, but prior to puberty the prevalence of migraine is roughly equal in the two sexes.
  8. While migraines are generally regarded as an adult condition, leading research reveals that they’re incredibly common in people under Approximately 10 percent of children experience migraines, with numbers increasing as individuals reach adolescence. However, diagnosis and treatment of a teenage migraine headache tend to be difficult, as sometimes not even pediatricians or adult.
  9. Migraine diagnosis typically centers around a description of the different migraine symptoms, how long they occur and how long they last. That’s why it’s key to keep a record of your symptoms—their intensity and frequency—in your migraine symptoms journal.

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