As many as 77% of people who experience migraines report premonitory symptoms that occur 24-48 hours before headache onset. Although the prodromal features vary, they tend to be consistent for a given individual and may include:
Lethargy or uncontrollable yawning
Heightened sensitivity to light, sound, and odors
Mental and mood changes (eg, depression, anger, euphoria)
Excessive thirst and polyuria
Constipation or diarrhea
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Cite this: Helmi L. Lutsep. Fast Five Quiz: Migraine Headache - Medscape - Jan 26, 2022.