Monday, October 5, 2020

Is Migraine One of Risk Factors for Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 16

A cat ready to sleep, just for illustration


Quite a lot of people face with migraine both in the USA and the world. Men and women or adults and kids


In term of number who suffer from migraine (please search on internet):

- 39 million people in the USA

- 1 billion people in the world.


We may wonder: why migraine relates to Parkinson’s diseases?


Migraine is brain disorder, while Parkinson’s diseases is movement disorder which relate to brain relate cells.


You may read the previous posts:

Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1

How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2


Scientific journal, Neurology, September 30, 2014 reported that there is effect of migraine on Parkinson’s diseases.


Boy and girl bears, for illustration only.


Thousand people are observed in a clinical trial in Ireland for 25 years. They are asked about symptoms of diseases:

- migraines

- Parkinson’s diseases.


The study shown that people who have headache and neurological problems also have symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases later on at their life.


Surprisingly, who have migraine (headache) problems will be diagnosed with Parkinson’s diseases after sometimes.


It is said migraine patients will likely to have:

- twice riskier to get Parkinson’s diseases than who migraine free.

- movement disorders similar to Parkinson’s diseases.


Researchers suggested that brain injury and genetic might higher risk to have migraine and Parkinson’s diseases altogether.


Hope, we take care with “headache” or migraine as soon as possible at early stages to avoid Parkinson’s diseases.

21 comments:

  1. ...knock on wood, I rarely if ever have a headache!

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  2. Thanks for your informative article 😊

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      Is Migraine One of Risk Factors for Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 16
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      A cat ready to sleep, just for illustration

      Quite a lot of people face with migraine both in the USA and the world. Men and women or adults and kids

      In term of number who suffer from migraine (please search on internet):
      - 39 million people in the USA
      - 1 billion people in the world.

      We may wonder: why migraine relates to Parkinson’s diseases?

      Migraine is brain disorder, while Parkinson’s diseases is movement disorder which relate to brain relate cells.

      You may read the previous posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1

      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

      Scientific journal, Neurology, September 30, 2014 reported that there is effect of migraine on Parkinson’s diseases.

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  3. Tanza, Fortunately, neither my wife or I have migraines...or rarely even headaches. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  4. I hear about headaches all the times from people I work with. Ugh, a scary thought indeed. Oh, btw cat by the way!

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  5. Good info to know. I usually think of mine as sinus headaches or maybe not enough magnesum.

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      Is Migraine One of Risk Factors for Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 16
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      Boy and girl bears, for illustration only.

      Thousand people are observed in a clinical trial in Ireland for 25 years. They are asked about symptoms of diseases:

      - migraines
      - Parkinson’s diseases.

      The study shown that people who have headache and neurological problems also have symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases later on at their life.

      Surprisingly, who have migraine (headache) problems will be diagnosed with Parkinson’s diseases after sometimes.

      It is said migraine patients will likely to have:

      - twice riskier to get Parkinson’s diseases than who migraine free.
      - movement disorders similar to Parkinson’s diseases.

      Researchers suggested that brain injury and genetic might higher risk to have migraine and Parkinson’s diseases altogether.

      Hope, we take care with “headache” or migraine as soon as possible at early stages to avoid Parkinson’s diseases.

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  6. So far I have never had a migraine headache and hope it stays that way.

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  7. La cabeza no me duele nunca amigo. Sí otros dolores, mi mal son las lumbares,esas si que ma dan lata. Me gustan los gatos, tenemos tres en el huertto.
    Buena noche Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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      Is Migraine One of Risk Factors for Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 16
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      A cat ready to sleep, just for illustration

      Quite a lot of people face with migraine both in the USA and the world. Men and women or adults and kids

      In term of number who suffer from migraine (please search on internet):
      - 39 million people in the USA
      - 1 billion people in the world.

      We may wonder: why migraine relates to Parkinson’s diseases?

      Migraine is brain disorder, while Parkinson’s diseases is movement disorder which relate to brain relate cells.

      You may read the previous posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1

      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

      Scientific journal, Neurology, September 30, 2014 reported that there is effect of migraine on Parkinson’s diseases.

      Delete
  8. I have an occasional headache, maybe 5 times a year.
    I had migraines twice 49 years ago and never again.
    Greetings Irma

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  9. Grazie per le interessanti notizie!!

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      Is Migraine One of Risk Factors for Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 16
      -
      Boy and girl bears, for illustration only.

      Thousand people are observed in a clinical trial in Ireland for 25 years. They are asked about symptoms of diseases:

      - migraines
      - Parkinson’s diseases.

      The study shown that people who have headache and neurological problems also have symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases later on at their life.

      Surprisingly, who have migraine (headache) problems will be diagnosed with Parkinson’s diseases after sometimes.

      It is said migraine patients will likely to have:

      - twice riskier to get Parkinson’s diseases than who migraine free.
      - movement disorders similar to Parkinson’s diseases.

      Researchers suggested that brain injury and genetic might higher risk to have migraine and Parkinson’s diseases altogether.

      Hope, we take care with “headache” or migraine as soon as possible at early stages to avoid Parkinson’s diseases.

      Delete
  10. Is Migraine One of Risk Factors for Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 16

    No, I never experienced migraine.

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