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2020 Feb 07

Curr Neurovasc Res

Early Age of Migraine Onset is Independently Related to Cognitive Decline and Symptoms of Anxiety Affect Quality of Life.


He L, Bao J, Ma M, Dong S, Gao L, Li C, Cui C, Chen N, Zhang Y
Curr Neurovasc Res. 2020 Feb 07.
PMID: 32031072.


People with migraine experience cognitive decline more often than healthy controls, resulting in a significant functional impact. Early identifying influencing factors that contribute to cognitive decline in migraineurs is crucial for timely intervention. Although migraine may onset early in childhood and early onset migraine is related to significant disability, there is no research investigating the association between age of migraine onset and migraineurs' cognitive decline. Therefore we aim to explore possible factors that correlate to cognitive function of migraineurs, especially focus on age of migraine onset.