By Livia Candelise, Richard A. C. Hughes, Alessandro Liberati, Bernard M. J. Uitdehaag, Charles P. Warlow
"Evidence dependent neurology" is a skinny booklet with a small desk of content material. Many unique query aren't lined there yet for day-by-day neurological regimen it kind of feels needed to me. good, neurological proof may perhaps elevate in time and this e-book is a good performed commence.
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Epidemiological studies confirm the clinical impression that migraine is a predominantly female disorder. Although migraine is equally common in both sexes before puberty, there is increased female prevalence following menarche . This difference between the sexes becomes greater with increasing age, peaking during the early 40s and declining thereafter [11,12]. This sex difference during the reproductive years is generally considered to result from the additional trigger of the fluctuating hormones of the menstrual cycle, particularly during the perimenopause .