Three to Five percent of the United States Population suffers from Chronic Migraines. Transformation of episodic migraine to chronic migraine each year is found in approximately three percent of people.
In chronic migraine, number of episodic headaches steadily increases over time due to a number of factors:
Episodic Migraine and Chronic Migraine have almost the same symptoms. The major difference is in frequency of the headaches.
Chronic Migraine Treatment includes lifestyle management. It also includes managing headache triggers, migraine attacks and working for preventive treatments to reduce migraine attacks.