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Shooting the Gap by Andy We've all done it. Finally we can move and we are able to amble slowly ahead and in the right... Read on »
How We Respond to Migraine & Headache Awareness Opportunities by Teri Robert Patient ExpertHealth Maven Research funding for Migraine and other Headache Disorders is woefully lacking. That's nothing new.... Read on »
wikiHow Article on How to Fake A Migraine Insulting and Disgusting by Teri Robert Patient ExpertHealth Maven Those of us who live with Migraine and other headache disorders do our best to live in our society,... Read on »


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A migraine is a severe headache that often has a number of associated symptoms, such as nausea, increased sensitivity, and visual problems. Who is affected by migraines? Migraines are common;... » Read on
The main symptom of a migraine is an intense headache. This usually occurs at the front, or on one side, of the head. However, during a migraine attack, the area of pain can sometimes change position. The pain... » Read on
It is thought that migraines may be caused by changes in the chemicals of the brain. In particular, the level of the serotonin - the message-sending chemical - decreases during a migraine. Low levels of... » Read on
When to visit your doctor Migraines can often be treated at home using over-the-counter (OTC) medication and self-help techniques. However, you should see your doctor if you feel that painkillers, such as... » Read on
There is currently no cure for migraine. However, a number of treatment methods can be used to treat the symptoms of migraine. Treatments are mostly in the form of medicines. It may take time to work out which... » Read on

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