The prodrome is the first potential phase of a migraine attack, and it can begin hours or days before other phases. It’s sometimes called “pre-headache” or “premonitory phase”. 60% of migraine sufferers are said to experience prodromal symptoms in some way or another.

Possible prodromal symptoms include:

- Difficulty finding words and/or speaking

- Constipation or diarrhoea

- Hyperactivity

- Increased frequency of urination

- Mood changes - feeling depressed, irritable, etc

This and the next phase, the aura phase, are critical for you to understand how to get the best results from Migraine Escape.

References

Migraine.com | Online article: What is a Migraine Prodrome?, 29th January 2011