Migraines can come on suddenly and without warning, and as a result of this, mood can be impacted.
Sudden mood changes, like feeling depressed, irritable or excited, can mark an oncoming migraine. For example, you may feel down or depressed all of a sudden for no apparent reason. There may even be a link between depressions and migraines that are preceded by an aura.
There is also a connection between suffering from depression or anxiety and migraines. Whether moderate or severe, depression and anxiety can increase the risk of migraines becoming chronic. You also may notice that you have difficulty speaking and just can’t seem to get the words out. A sudden speech problem could mean that a migraine is about to come. However, if you’ve never experienced speech problems before, contact your doctor, because it may be a sign of a stroke.