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THURSDAY, June 26, 2014 (HealthDay News) When a spouse, partner or parent has chronic migraines, the whole family suffers, a new study found. The research discovered that most chronic migraine sufferers report that their severe headaches have a big impact on family. THURSDAY, June 26, 2014 (HealthDay News) When a spouse, partner or parent has chronic migraines, the whole family suffers, a new study found. The research discovered that most chronic migraine. Migraine is a complex and debilitating medical condition that carries with it a physical and emotional burden, affecting not only you but your family as well.
You may feel guilty, anxious, sad, or angry about the way your migraines affect your life. Your loved ones might, too. A new study has found that chronic migraine (CM) not only causes physical suffering for the patient, but also adversely impacts the entire family. The Chronic Migraine Epidemiology and Outcomes (CaMEO) Study found that CM frequently leads to canceled family plans and strained relationships. 23 percent said migraine stressed relationships with family and friends Additionally, in our own Migraine in America study 40% of respondents reported that migraines affected their relationships with just over 10% reporting that migraines contributed to divorce or separation.
Unfortunately, a concrete cause behind migraines has never been fully determined, but there are several triggers that seem to cause migraine headaches in the majority of people. These include: Sensory stimulation: Since migraine headaches primarily affect the head of the patient, it is usually seen that drastic changes in sensory information. A migraine attack can be so severe, people sometimes question whether their headaches may be causing permanent damage. While there is evidence that brain scans of people with migraine will sometimes detect changes in the form of white matter lesions, these lesions are generally not associated with neurological issues.
Migraines are pulsating headaches, often on one side of the head. Physical activity may intensify the pain, but symptoms can vary from one person to another. So we can conclude that, for most people, Chronic Migraine adversely affects family activities and relationships.” She added, “It truly affects the whole family.” Counselors often tell you that open communication is the key to successful relationships. Migraines Could Be Affecting the Whole Family.
Posted on: 30 June 2014; By: jleff; Long Description: Migraines could be genetic. THURSDAY, June 26, 2014 (HealthDay News) When a spouse, partner or parent has chronic migraines, the whole family suffers, a new study found.
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