Migraine is an inherited malady and inbreeding of migrainous individuals with unstable individuals increases the likelihood of the occurrence of migraine in the offspring.
Migraine is common.
Migraine attacks are precipitated by disturbing, in a variety of ways, the nervous and emotional tranquality in susceptible persons.
In treating migraine, one must be content with lessening the frequency and severity of attacks and the discovery of a remedy which will bring relief when attacks occur.
Simply to hand a migraine sufferer a diet or a prescription and send him on his way is bad medicine. A migraine case is a challenge to the thought, understanding and “salesmanship” of the physician. Hard work on such a problem, may, in more than seventy percent of cases, yield gratifying results.