Kids Too Can Develop Migraines
By Refadoc, Posted on : Wednesday, 25 February 2015 - 2:35 pm IST
Long gone are the days when Migraines used to a problem affecting adults. Today, around 6% of children all over the world are affected with Migraines. Around one quarter of the teens between the ages of 15 to 17 are known to develop Migraines as well, as suggested by the American Migraine Foundation.
Doctors have suggested that there are many things which can be done if your child is suffering from a migraine or if you suspect that your child is developing one. If you suspect that your child is developing migraine, the first step is to take your child to the doctor and get him accessed for the condition and the treatment which is going to follow. Options can include treatment in order to prevent the pain and to prevent the migraine from getting any worse. Measures can also be taken in order to reduce and prevent the severity, frequency as well as the duration of the condition.
If your child has been prescribed with a medicine, it is very important for you to make sure that he or she takes the medication right on time. It is also very vital to inform your doctor if there are any evident changes in the migraine patterns of your child, such as any changes in the severity or the frequency of the migraines. Any new treatment approach could be adopted as depending on the headache experienced by your child.
A number of factors could be responsible for the Migraine in your child, such as too little sleep or too much stress. Parents need to help their children follow the healthy lifestyle and to cope with stress. Stress Management is the correct pattern in order to choose Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in order to benefit children with chronic headache.
Some other helpful stress control techniques include relaxation, therapy as well as biofeedback. Keeping a migraine diary too can help kids in order to track the pattern of the condition and to track the severity of the condition. Mobile phone apps can be used by parents in order to track the migraines of their kids and to make sure that the proper medication is being taken at the right time.
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