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What is a Migraine? Common Migraine Symptoms and Types

Migraine is a neurological condition that can cause multiple symptoms including throbbing head pain. While there are many things experts still don’t know about migraines, research suggests that there may...

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What is a Migraine? Symptoms, Types and Migraine Statistics

Men, women, and children can experience migraines which are usually accompanied with severe, throbbing/pulsating head pain usually on one side of the head. Migraines and can last from 2 to...

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What is a Migraine?

A migraine headache is a form of vascular (blood vessels) headache. Migraine headache is caused by a combination of vasodilatation (enlargement of blood vessels) and the release of chemicals from...

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Migraine vs. Headache: How to Tell The Difference

You’re at work staring at your computer screen when your forehead starts throbbing. You pop an over-the-counter pain med and brush it off as “just a bad headache.” When in...

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10 Things People Without Migraine Don’t Get About Migraine

Ever wonder why your friend with migraine always cancels at the last minute? Or why your coworker with migraine misses so much work? Migraine is an invisible illness – so...

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10 Migraine Facts & Statistics that Everyone Needs to Know

Migraine is the second leading cause of disability in the United States and the third most prevalent illness in the world. For those of us who experience these debilitating symptoms,...

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Honoring the Resilience: Migraine in the Military Service

The Invisible Battle If you suffer from migraine headaches, you understand how debilitating and incapacitating they can be. Now, imagine enduring the rigorous training that soldiers undergo while experiencing a...

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Hemiplegic Migraine or Stroke? How To Tell the Difference

Although nearly 40 million people in the United States struggle with migraines on a regular basis, only 1% of migraineurs get hemiplegic migraines. About 25% of migraine patients experience aura.1...

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Circadian Clock and the Brain
The Clockwork Migraine: When Head Pain Strikes Like Clockwork

If you’re one of those people who experience migraines at the same time every day, you’re not alone – and there’s a scientific reason behind this maddening pattern. It’s all...

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Acid Reflux Therapy and Migraine – What You Need to Know

Exploring the Link Between Acid-Suppression and Migraine Acid reflux and related gastrointestinal conditions are common disorders affecting millions of people worldwide. To manage these conditions, healthcare providers often prescribe proton...

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Migraine “Let-Down” Headache: What It Is & How to Prevent

Picture this: You made it through a grueling week at work and sailed through it migraine-free. But when you wake up Saturday morning, WHAM! A migraine hits. Sound familiar? If...

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Interictal Migraine Phase: The ‘In Between State’

There’s a misconception that symptoms disappear between migraine attacks. But that’s not always the case. Migraine is not just a headache disorder. It’s a complex neurological disease where symptoms occur...

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