Brains of migraine sufferers have more abnormalities and lesions

Danish researchers have found that migraine causes structural changes in the brain, resulting in more white matter abnormalities and mini stroke-like lesions.

However, little is known about how these changes come about or what they mean.

Until long-term longitudinal studies are done, it cannot be determined if a migraineur’s brain is at high risk of structural or functional problems in the future.

Read more at University of Copenhagen