WHO IS LIKELY TO GET MIGRANE?
Migraine can strike anyone, male and female, at any age, although it is unusual for an older person to have their first attack after the age of 50. Cases have been noted as young as 3 years of age, and as old as 78 years of age.
Stress, Worry, tension and anxiety in personal and business life bring on migraine in many cases, although the relaxation syndrome of weekends and days off work adversely affect others.
The most likely triggers which can cause an attack can be classified into five general categories:
These factors cover such a wide field, that you can say that almost anything out of the ordinary might affect the patient. It is therefore important and very useful that sufferers keep a day to day record of such trigger factors to determine which affects them adversely.