In einer in Baltimore, USA durchgeführten Studie mit 1.000 Frauen im Alter zwischen 15 und 49 Jahren wurden u. a. die folgenden Ergebnisse erzielt:Migraines, which are most common in young women, have long been considered a possible indicator of stroke risk. The latest research indicates that those who experience grayed or blacked-out vision are at almost double the risk of stroke. Those who see spots, lines or flashing lights for several minutes also had more risk.
Overall, women in this study who didn't have vision problems with their migraines were at no greater risk for stroke, although previous studies reached a different conclusion.
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