Women suffer more frequent migraine attacks with the fluctuations in hormone levels. A new migraine remedy could help them – by matching it to the cycle.
Stefanie Mattel* (name changed) was able to set the clock afterwards. “Month after month, a few hours before my period started, I got severe headaches,” says the 48-year-old from Hamburg. Her head pounded and pounded, often for up to three days in a row. She suffered her first headache attacks as a young girl. From the first period they returned regularly. Today we know: the drop in the female hormone estrogen triggers special messenger substances and can trigger migraine attacks.
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I’m Caroline, a journalist and author for 24 Hours Worlds. I specialize in health-related news and stories, bringing real-world impact to readers across the globe. With my experience in journalism and writing in both print and online formats, I strive to provide reliable information that resonates with audiences from all walks of life.