Caring for Pain Symptoms
Migraine headaches are in a class by themselves because the pain and symptoms of a migraine are different from other types of headaches.
Migraines are three times more likely to affect women than men and usually strike adults between the ages of 20 and 50. They become less severe and are less frequent with age. Also, if your parents suffer from migraines you are more likely to suffer from migraines as well.
If you suffer from migraines, you know it’s not like common headache pain. You may have even organized your life around your migraine pain. While your doctor can help, you can also try to get some relief for yourself and try to take some preventative measures too.
Commonly called migraine headaches, migraine pain is actually much more than a headache. With other associated symptoms, like nausea, the onset of a migraine can stop you in your tracks. But you can take steps to help control your...Read more
Migraine pain can be very severe and is sometimes accompanied by nausea. The best migraine treatment is to prevent it from ever starting. This could mean making some lifestyle changes.Read more