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Steps U.S. respondents took to avoid migraine triggers 2017, by type of migraine

Percentage of respondents in the U.S. who took select steps to avoid migraine triggers as of 2017, by type of migraine

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 24, 2017
Steps U.S. respondents took to avoid migraine triggers 2017, by type of migraine This survey shows the percentage of respondents in the U.S. who took select steps to avoid migraine triggers as of 2017, by type of migraine. According to the survey, 72 percent of people that experienced episodic migraines modified their daily activities to avoid triggering their migraines. Comparatively, 85 percent of those that experienced chronic migraines modified their daily activities. Migraines are a genetic neurological disease characterized by headaches and episodes of varying neurological symptoms.
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Percentage of respondents in the U.S. who took select steps to avoid migraine triggers as of 2017, by type of migraine

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 24, 2017
This survey shows the percentage of respondents in the U.S. who took select steps to avoid migraine triggers as of 2017, by type of migraine. According to the survey, 72 percent of people that experienced episodic migraines modified their daily activities to avoid triggering their migraines. Comparatively, 85 percent of those that experienced chronic migraines modified their daily activities. Migraines are a genetic neurological disease characterized by headaches and episodes of varying neurological symptoms.
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