Migraine is the most prevalent neurological disorder in people aged <50 years, with 1.1 billion individuals affected across the globe

Migraine is characterised by severe headache plus either nausea or light and sound sensitivity, and can be divided into two major categories – episodic and chronic – depending on the frequency of headaches

Migraine is associated with a high disease burden and is the leading cause of years lived with disability in people aged 15–49 years and has a significant financial impact globally

Migraine has a profound effect on patients’ lives, impacting relationships, careers, family and social life

For more information, please contact Lundbeck Institute (part of of H. Lundbeck A/S) or ECMT