Research Studies » Chronic Migraine

Practical clinical criteria define Chronic Migraine as headache that occurs 15 or more days a month with headache lasting 4 hours or longer for at least 3 consecutive months in people with current or prior diagnosis of migraine.1 By this definition, people with Chronic Migraine are spending half their month living with debilitating headaches. Source:
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