Both Migraine and Tension headaches cause pain that most of the people worldwide are familiar with.
Globally, it has been estimated that half to three quarters of the adults aged 18 - 65 years in the world have had at least one headache in 2015 and, among those individuals, 30% or more have reported a migraine.
A headache on 15 or more days every month affects 1.7 - 4% of the world’s adult population. Despite regional variations, headache disorders are a worldwide problem, affecting people of all ages, races, income levels and geographical areas. Tension-type headache (“TTH”) is the most common primary headache disorder with episodic TTH is reported by more than 70% of some populations; chronic TTH affects 1 - 3% of adults.