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Migraines can last for several days (even weeks or longer). A migraine medication will usually work better than an over the counter medication. I...
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Migraine during pregnancy are a real problem because very few medications are felt to be safe during pregnancy. I don't normally recommend prevention...
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Anyone who suffers from chronic headaches or worse, migraines, knows that lack of sleep can sometimes be the culprit. And anyone whose been...
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Migraines can last for hours, days or weeks. Hemiplegic migraines are no different, and the weakness on one side of the body can last as long as the...
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Headache experts may not agree on everything. But they do agree that keeping a daily diary is a critical step in diagnosing and treating your...
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Silent migraines can be set off by a wide array of triggers, including: physical or emotional stress lack of sleep skipped meals caffeine...
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Researchers are now looking at migraine aura and pain as two distinct mechanisms. Doing so is leading to a better understanding of silent migraine...
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The symptoms of silent migraine include any of the typical signs and symptoms of a migraine -- but without the pain. Physical symptoms include:...
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To understand silent migraine, it helps to know the four distinct phases of migraines. Prodrome. The "prodrome" phase warns that a...
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Migraine is a neurological disorder that generally includes headaches. But it doesn't always. Some people have "silent migraine" -- a...
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"Migraine with aura" is a relatively new name for the less common type of migraine headache. Other names you might hear are classic...
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Scientists aren't sure what causes migraines with aura. It's thought that at least two brain chemicals -- serotonin and dopamine -- play a role...
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Migraines with aura account for less than 20% of all migraines. But that's little comfort when you are the one who falls victim to this painful...
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Before determining treatment, your doctor will want to be sure that there are no other causes for your headache. So, it's likely the doctor will...
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You can use information from your diary and trial and error to determine if any of these foods might be causing your migraines. chocolate cheese...
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