Frequency and Features of Delayed Alcohol-Induced Headache Among University Students
The aim of this study was to describe the frequency and features of delayed alcohol-induced headache (DAIH) among university students. Ninety-five students were administered a headache questionnaire approximately 12 hours after have being exposed to high alcohol intake. Headache was mostly diffuse (44.4%), bilateral (92.5%), and throbbing (48.1%). This headache was usually severe and with important morbidity. Previous migraine has significantly increased the risk of DAIH.
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