Although we often discuss migraines as headaches that are more painful than average, intense migraines may be a symptom of a deeper, root cause. For instance, migraines are commonly linked with additional symptoms than just throbbing pain, including sensitivity to sensory input (such as lights, noises, and smells), nausea, and vomiting, and can co-occur in periods of menstruation, fatigue, and stress.
Other causes include:
If you can anticipate the onset of a migraine, you might be able to relieve the symptoms more quickly. They include:
Despite our best efforts, it may be challenging to prevent migraines; instead, we can focus on caring for ourselves as much as possible while we are experiencing these symptoms. The National Institute of Health recommends taking the following actions to try and reduce symptoms and additional tasks:
I recommend speaking to your healthcare providers and advocating for yourself if you feel like the symptoms in this article resonate with your experience.
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