More treatment methods focused on reducing functionality loss and adopting multidisciplinary and prospective approaches via psychiatric screening should be developed for adolescents with chronic migraine (CM), researchers writing in BMC Neurology concluded. Approximately 3.5% of adolescents suffer from headaches, while around 69.0% of adolescents referred to headache centers are diagnosed with CM, authors explained. As biological, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral factors are known to contribute to headache occurrences during adolescence, evaluating comorbid psychiatric conditions among this cohort may provide insights into more comprehensive and effective treatments.
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