Do teenage hormones cause migraines?
Background Fifty-three percent of adolescent girls report headaches at the onset of menses, suggesting fluctuations of ovarian hormones trigger migraine during puberty.
What causes migraines during puberty?
However, some common migraine triggers in children and adolescents include: Stress – especially related to school (after school activities, friends, bullying) and family problems. Lack of sleep – results in less energy for coping with stress. Aim for 8 hours of sleep nightly.
Is it normal for a 12 year old to have a migraine?
Headaches in children are common and usually aren’t serious. Like adults, children can develop different types of headaches, including migraines or stress-related (tension) headaches. Children can also have chronic daily headaches.
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