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Title: The impact of parental migraine on children.
Authors: Seng, Margaret
Marzuk, Maya
Keywords: social participation
child development
psychological adjustment testing
children of parents with disabilities
psychological tests
children of people with mental illness
psychosocial factors
disease susceptibility
Impact of Event Scale
research funding
parent-child relationships
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Springer Link
Citation: Marzouk, M., & Seng, E. (2020). The impact of parental migraine on children. Current Pain and Headache Reports, 24(12).
Series/Report no.: Current Pain and Headache Reports;24(12)
Abstract: Purpose of Review This review surveys our current understanding of the impact of parental migraine on children. Understanding the impact of migraine on others in a family unit is critical to describing the full burden of migraine and to developing psychosocial supportive interventions for patients and their families. __Recent Findings__ Having a parent with migraine is associated with several early developmental features including infant colic. Adolescent children of parents with migraine self-report their parent’s migraine interferes with school and activities and events. Further, migraine is perceived to impact the relationship between the parent and child. Having a parent with migraine increases a child’s risk of having migraine, and having more severe migraine disease. However, children with migraine whose parent also has migraine appear to receive more early and aggressive treatment. __Summary and social domains__ The impact of migraine extends beyond the parent with migraine and influences children across biological, psychological,
Description: Scholarly article
Appears in Collections:Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology: Faculty Publications

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