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EAN 2021 | Factors associated with decreased migraine attack risk

Christian Wöber, MD, Medical University of Vienna, Austria, explains the factors associated with decreased migraine attack risk in individuals. Dr Wöber states that both triggers and risk factors are highly individual and there are no general rules that apply to all. Dr Wöber discusses a study where an app (N1-Headache) was used to monitor headaches, migraines, and life factors such as nutrition, fluid intake, and psychological factors. N1-Headache has the ability to analyze the risk associated with a certain factor, through probability. Through the study, several protectors were identified such as sleep, relaxation, and activity levels. Dr Wöber emphasizes the importance of patients tailoring management of their migraine attacks based on which protectors they see fit. This interview took place during the European Academy of Neurology 2021 congress.