Migraine in Children & Teenagers

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Diagnosing Migraine in Children

Diagnosing Migraine in Children Headache is a cause for concern, and should be brought to the attention of a medical practitioner in order to eliminate other more serious conditions. It is important to remember that the majority of recurrent...[read more]

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Headache in Children

Headache in Children Migraine in Children vs Adults There are no hard-fast rules, but the following differences would not be atypical: Attacks usually shorter in children (usually less than 24 hours) Headache not as severe, or in some...[read more]

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Migraine Prevention and Management in Children

Migraine Prevention and Management in Children Keeping a headache diary accurately records the frequency, severity and duration of attacks and can help to identify triggers which may help to prevent future migraine attacks. It also monitors the...[read more]

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Migraine Triggers in Children

Migraine Triggers in Children Trigger factors commonly identified in children can include: Certain foods, such as cheese, citrus fruits, chocolate, fizzy drinks or preserved meats. Missed meals. In some cases a light snack before any extra...[read more]

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Migraine at School

Migraine at School The school principal, class teacher and/or school nurse should be informed of a child's susceptibility to migraine. This will ensure that proper action is taken in the event of an attack i.e. that a child is allowed to lie...[read more]

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Migraine and State Examinations

Applications Forms for Reasonable Accommodations for the 2017 Leaving Certificate have now been issued. Details are below. The SEC has issued two guides to make people aware of the changes that have been made to the Reasonable Accommodations...[read more]

Migraine in Children & Teenagers

More From This Section:

Migraine
Diagnosing Migraine in Children

Diagnosing Migraine in Children Headache is a cause for concern, and should be brought to the attention of a medical practitioner in order to eliminate other more serious conditions. It is important to remember that the majority of recurrent...[read more]

Migraine
Headache in Children

Headache in Children Migraine in Children vs Adults There are no hard-fast rules, but the following differences would not be atypical: Attacks usually shorter in children (usually less than 24 hours) Headache not as severe, or in some...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Prevention and Management in Children

Migraine Prevention and Management in Children Keeping a headache diary accurately records the frequency, severity and duration of attacks and can help to identify triggers which may help to prevent future migraine attacks. It also monitors the...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Triggers in Children

Migraine Triggers in Children Trigger factors commonly identified in children can include: Certain foods, such as cheese, citrus fruits, chocolate, fizzy drinks or preserved meats. Missed meals. In some cases a light snack before any extra...[read more]

Head with Rays
Migraine at School

Migraine at School The school principal, class teacher and/or school nurse should be informed of a child's susceptibility to migraine. This will ensure that proper action is taken in the event of an attack i.e. that a child is allowed to lie...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine and State Examinations

Applications Forms for Reasonable Accommodations for the 2017 Leaving Certificate have now been issued. Details are below. The SEC has issued two guides to make people aware of the changes that have been made to the Reasonable Accommodations...[read more]