What is it?
- Migraines are consistent headaches of varying intensity that typically occur on one side of the head. They are usually accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to light and sound.
- Exact cause isn’t known, but scientists think there could be some genetic basis to the abnormal brain activity characteristic of migraine headaches.
- Triggers of headaches are numerous and vary from person-to-person.
What can I do?
- Take pain medication