Extremely strong emotions for their ability to trigger migraine attacks are superior to all other critical factors. Many patients - especially patients with classic migraine - strong emotions cause migraine attacks in most cases. Layving writes: "It does not matter the content experienced by emotions, most importantly, that she was strong enough." I believe, however, that in our case, this judgment can be more specific. In practice, we see that the most common precipitating factors of this category is a sudden flash of rage, although in younger patients such factor may be fear (panic). A sudden elation (in the moment of triumph or unexpected luck) can produce a similar effect.