How to predict tomorrow's migrane

A new model that measures stress from daily hassles may help forecast migraine attacks in those who develop them frequently.

Published in the aptly named journal, Headache, the findings suggest that it may be possible to predict the occurrence of tomorrow’s migraine based on today’s stress.

The researchers say their work supports the let-down phenomenon in predicting risk.

“We know that certain people are at greater risk of having an attack over other people, but within a person, we have not been able to predict increased risk for an attack with any