Migraine Warning Signs May Differ in Kids, Adults
THURSDAY, June 8, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Fatigue and mood changes are the most common symptoms that occur before children develop migraines, a new study finds.
These symptoms were seen in 41 percent of 185 children, aged 5 to 18, diagnosed with migraines. The two symptoms are also common in adults with migraines.
But four other common pre-migraine symptoms in adults were insignificant in children: yawning, neck stiffness, food cravings and urinary changes, according to the Nationwide Children’s Hospital study