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Are Migraines Hereditary?

6 months ago

Are Migraines Hereditary?

Are migraines hereditary? Often times many wonder if they get migraines from their ancestors or if they can pass it on to their children. Although research can not solidify 100 percent that your family history plays a role in your migraines, a resounding 80 to 90 percent of those that suffer report having family members who also suffer from migraines.

This percentage is very high, so one would say yes, migraines are hereditary. Although the type and frequency of a migraine can differ largely from family member to family member.

A 2013 GWAS analysis compared the DNA of more than 23,000 migraine sufferers to the DNA of more than 95,000 individuals who do not suffer from this condition. The results were fascinating.

2 of the 12 specific areas of the DNA associated with migraines were associated only with migraines without aura. Migraines without aura are very painful, and oftentimes cause nausea and vomiting. The study also found that it was more commonly known that aura migraines were hereditary. However the GWAS analysis findings suggest that migraines without aura can be hereditary also!

Nonetheless, if you experience migraines as well as your family members, all can find relief using Kelly Lott’s Migraine Miracle Kit. With Migraine Miracle you’ll experience holistic fusion and relief for your migraine headaches.

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