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  1. Mar 01,  · Dementia is an increasing health problem worldwide, with million people currently diagnosed with dementia and million new cases reported every year. 8 Between and , , people or % of those aged 65 years and older in Taiwan had dementia. 9 One study reported that migraines were related to an increased risk of any type.
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  2. Sep 25,  · Ask a doctor about a connection between Alzheimer’s and headaches, or Alzheimer’s and migraine, and you’re likely to get one reaction. Nope, no connection. That’s all. Well, you have to forgive people for asking. First of all, lots of people have migraine, and lots of people get Alzheimer’s Disease. Naturally, there’s going to be people [ ].
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  3. Jan 01,  · Headache in dementia Headache in dementia Moretti, R.; Torre, P.; Antonello, R. M.; Cazzato, G. Sir, More and more interest has been reversed on headache syndromes, and the main reason is the recent introduction of many new drugs for its daily treatment. In spite of the increasing attention given to headache syndromes, headache in the elderly has been .
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  4. Overall, history of any headache was associated with an increased risk of all-cause dementia (relative risk [RR] = ; 95% CI: ), but there was considerable heterogeneity across studies.
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  5. Migraines and dementia. A migraine is a throbbing headache that begins mainly on one side of the head, often accompanied by nausea. It can last from four to 72 hours, and it can be made worse by loud noise and bright light. Sometimes people who get migraines see pulsating lights or black spots or have blurry, distorted vision shortly before the.
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  6. List of causes for Dementia and Persistent headache, alternative diagnoses, rare causes, misdiagnoses, patient stories, and much more.
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  7. Individuals with dementia have a higher rate of headaches, weakness and numbing, seizures, Parkinson disease, and other vascular and movement disorders than those who do not have dementia, according to a new study. “[These findings imply] that physicians may increase the recognition of dementia by screening patients who present with such problems,” the researchers wrote.
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  8. Headache: Introduction. Almost everyone gets an occasional headache and they are usually harmless. On the other hand, headache is a symptom of numerous conditions ranging from common cold, flu, or a hangover to very severe conditions such as meningitis, stroke, or a brain tumor (see full list of conditions with symptoms of headache).Because of the range of possible causes, correct diagnosis is.
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  9. Study: The researchers looked at a severe form of headache, migraines, and dementia among men and women (62% of them were women) age 65 and older who had participated in a long-term study on healthy rotdytanseretepharrisunsenasuck.coinfo data included history of migraine, as well as other factors associated with dementia risk. The participants had no memory problems at the start of the study.
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