Migraine is a chronic neurological disease with episodic attacks of head pain. Migraine is characterised by attacks of moderate-to-severe headache and reversible neurological systemic symptoms. In modern times, various analgesics are used in the treatment of migraine attacks, and a wide range of therapies specifically targeted at treating migraine have been developed. Read more about the history of migraine, how to diagnose migraine, and much more below. Access and download free educational content about the current knowledge of Migraine here, for example:

Migraine – History, definitions and diagnosis (Slide Deck)
Migraine – Course, natural history and prognosis (Slide Deck)
Migraine – Epidemiology and burden (Slide Deck)


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