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Menstrual Migraines in Adolescents

Many adult and adolscent women who suffer from chronic migraine headaches find that many, if not most of their headaches occur between 2 days before menstruation and 2-3 days after menstruation. These migraines are referred to as “menstrual” or hormonally related migraines. Correcting these imbalances can reduce or eliminate both migraines and many of the symptoms of PMS.
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[Study] High Dose Riboflavin Can Reduce Frequency and Intensity of Migraines

Some people think of migraine headaches as being an adult health problem. Children of all ages suffer from migraine pain which can disrupt and impair their quality of life as well. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, about 5% of elementary school-age children may experience migraine headaches and the physical and emotional stress they cause. This statistic jumps to 20 percent by the time a child reaches high school. Before age 10, an equal number of boys and...
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