In a groundbreaking development, a new study published in the journal "Neurology" has identified potential indicators that can predict the onset of migraines. The research suggests that changes in sleep quality and energy levels the day before a migraine could serve as early warning signs, providing individuals with the opportunity to take proactive measures.
Chronic migraines have been recognized as a significant health concern, with a 2018 study highlighting them as the leading cause of disability among individuals under the age of 50. Migraines are characterized by severe headaches, often accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, sensitivity to light. . .