METABOLOENDOCRINE CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY ON THE RELATION BETWEEN MIGRAINE, HYPOTHYROIDISM AND OBESITY IN NORTHERN AND EASTERN REGION, KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

Zahra Sadiq Abdulazim Almumtin and Soha Abdallah Moursi Hana Abdulhadi Abdullah Alabbad
2021 Zenodo  
Objectives: to determine the relation between Migraine, Hypothyroidism and Obesity in adult to be more aware about the factors which lead to Migraine and how to control them also to collect data for further investigation and suggest methods of control or minimize of its recurrence. Methods: surveillance cross sectional study, data were collected from 15th of November 2020 till 28th of February 2021. Study population Male and Females / adults /married or not married/with Obesity or
more » ... or both and suffering from Migraine in Northern and Eastern region, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, using questionnaires, statistical analysis was done by SPSS 22. Results: 188 responses to the questioner. The study finding showed that the range of participant mostly age between (20-30 y) with (63.3% ) and(41-50y) , (31-40 y) as (16.5%) and (14.4%), As for gender and level of Education the study showed that (80.3%) were female and (19.7%) were male while (63.3%) Bachelor degree and (28.7%) high school. Factors that may lead to inducing attacks of migraine ,the results showed that (48.9%) were over weighted ( 106-120kg) followed by (23.9%) (105-96 kg), for sleeping habits(70.7%) sleeping less than 6 hours /day and (85.1%) using electronic devices on daily bases and (81.4%) were drinking (0.5-1L ) water /day . Regarding symptoms accompanied migraine the study found that (51.6 %) of participants suffering from frequent migraine followed by( 23.9%) once per day and (75%) showed that duration of attacks takes 10 hours per day followed by( 13.3%) of the partisans duration takes 12 hours per day which affect the life routine by(58%) and the severity of the headache (60.6%) as mild to(25.6%) moderate level of pain. Other Hormonal/Metabolic factors that may be related to inducing migraine as hypothyroidism which can lead to gaining weight , the results showed that (9.6%) suffering from hypothyroidism and (92.6%) not diseased but on the other hand (64.4%) dont know t [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5069473 fatcat:orki4jynafbgxgah2uoyniof4q