A 71-year-old female patient suffered from a chronic migraine for two decades. She never experienced insomnia problems before the first onset of a migraine. A migraine occurred 3-4 times per week, and each episode persisted around 4-8 hours. The pulsating pain was localised at right half of the head. The precipitating factors were the stress, increase in physical activities and sudden cold weather. The relieving factors included warm temperature, slower pacing of life and comfortable environment. The moderate or severe pain intensity was aggravated by or causing avoidance of increased physical activity. The residual symptom between the migraine episodes was the head tense feeling, but not achieving headache severity. The function remained well except avoiding exercise during and between the migraine episodes.
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