Migraine mainly affects adults aged between 18 and 49 years. Datamonitor expects a relatively stable number of migraine cases through to 2020 in the seven major markets as a result of a stable adult population.
Migraine has a high burden, as it affects productive adults and requires long-term treatment. Stroke, epilepsy, sinus headache, and psychiatric disorders are the main co-morbidities associated with migraine.
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In this analysis, Datamonitor estimates that there were a total of 67.3 million cases of migraine in 2010 in the seven major markets (the US, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK). Prevalence rates for migraine are expected to remain constant as it is primarily a hereditary condition that can also be affected by hormonal changes, stress, and depression.
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