Researcher from the Erasmus University, Rotterdam released a study analyzing the link between cognition and migraine. The study included 6708 participants (non-migraineurs: 5399, migraineurs: 1021, probable migraineurs: 288). Migraine was assessed by a validated questionaere. Cognition was assessed by a dedicated test battery including the MMSE (Mini Mental State Examination).
Migraine is associated with better cognition
Migraineurs performed better in the MMSE, executive function, fine motor skills and global cognition. Suprisingly people suffering from migraine with aura had the best test results.
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