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Synonyms for migraine

a severe recurring vascular headache

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99 Migraine Kool'n'Soothe(r) Migraine Soft Gel Sheets x 4 KOOL 'n' Soothe Migraine are soft gel sheets designed to provide immediate cooling relief to the severe discomfort associated with migraine and headaches.
Excedrin has teamed up with race car driver Danica Patrick to share her personal experience with migraines, help spread awareness and discuss the impact that the condition can have at work.
Of the people assessed, over 51,000 had been diagnosed with migraines and more than 510,000 had not.
In a bid to rectify this, researchers from Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark and Stanford University, USA set out to examine the risks of heart conditions including heart attacks; stroke; peripheral artery disease (narrow arteries which reduce blood flow to limbs); blood clots and fast and irregular heart rates in people who experience migraines compared with people who don't.
Only people with migraine with aura have a higher risk of stroke, shows a twin study with 12-year follow-up, from Karolinska Institute published in the journal Brain.
Caption: Elizabeth Leroux, author of the 2016 book Migraines: More Than a Headache, says changing stereotypes about migraine depends on collective action and peer support.
Almost two thirds (64 per cent) of people quizzed believed employers do not understand very much or at all about the nature of migraine and its effects on their staff.
WebMD recently released In Their Own Words: Moving Beyond Migraine with Robin Roberts, a new five-part video series that sheds light on the debilitating nature of migraine and the impact it has on all aspects of a sufferer's personal and professional life.
Myth 3: Only adults have migraines People of all ages have migraines.
However, a recent study found that single dietary triggers were associated with migraines in less than 7 percent of those studied.
more than 37 million people suffer from migraines.
During six years of follow-up, 18 percent of the women with a history of migraine headaches had a heart attack or stroke compared to 17 percent of those who didn't experience migraines, according to Rambarat.
This week, the New York Times covered migraines in its weekly misconception series by stating: "Women's emotions do not cause their migraines.
7% of parents said that they would be a better parent if they did not have chromic migraines.
com)-- Millions of people suffering from migraine headaches, menstrual migraines and daily chronic headaches now have a new treatment option to help with these types of headaches.