Kids and teens get migraines. School, home stress can contribute.
🧠A recent article from Today Show discusses the first updates to the guidelines for treating children and teens with migraine.🧠
These are the first updates since 2004 from the American Academy of Neurology and the American Headache Society. The new guidelines include undergoing an in-depth medical history and physical examinations, including one with a neurologist or headache specialist, relying on cognitive behavioral therapy with amitriptyline to reduce frequency of migraine, encouraging enough sleep, regular eating and proper hydration, and more.
The first new guidelines since 2004 look at stress, lifestyle and medication.
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