Headache: More than 52% of the world's population has a headache problem; women are more worried

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Headache Survey: In a recent survey, it has been revealed that more than 52 percent of the population of the world has to go through the problem of headaches every year, out of which 14 percent cases are migraine.

Latest Survey on Headache: More than 52 percent of the world's population has to go through the problem of headaches every year, out of which 14 percent cases are migraine. Recent research has also revealed that women are more prone to headaches than men. According to a research report by researchers from Norway's University of Science and Technology, published in the Journal of Headache and Pain, the problem of headache is found more in the age group of 20 to 65 years worldwide.

So many people suffer from tension headache

Researchers have assessed the problem of headaches based on reports published between 1961 and 2020. Their review report states that about 26 percent of people suffer from tension-related headaches and 4.6 percent of people report having headaches for 15 or more days every month.

So many people complain of migraine

The research also showed that about 15.8 percent of people get headaches at some point and about 50 percent of these people complained of migraine. Lars Jacob Sooner, the lead author of the research report, said that the problem of headaches is common around the world and many people are affected by its different forms. There is a need to find better ways to prevent and treat headaches.

Women complain of headaches more

Research has said that women suffer more from headaches. Research has found that 8.6 men are victims of migraine, while 17 percent of women suffer from them. Similarly, 6 percent of women complain of headaches for 15 days or more, whereas in the case of men, it is only 2.9 percent.