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What increases my risk for postdrome phase?

Your risk for postdrome phase depends upon the number and intensity of your migraine headaches. Individuals who develop migraine headaches usually have a history of them in their family. Additionally, the postdrome phase can last longer or shorter depending on the person as well as the medication that they took to stop their migraine headache. If tiredness is a factor in your postdrome phase, rest and sleep can help to eliminate those symptoms.

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