Headache and Migraine
The term migraine refers to a class of headaches sharing
certain characteristic symptoms. The two main subcategories of migraine are the common and the classic migraine.
In common migraines, headache pain usually occurs in the forehead or temples, often on one side only and typically
accompanied by nausea and a preference for a darkened room. Headache attacks last from several hours up to a day or more. They are usually separated by completely pain-free intervals.
In the rarer form of migraine, called
classic migraine, headache pain is accompanied by a visual disturbance known as an aura. Otherwise, symptoms are similar to those of the common migraine.
Migraines can be triggered by a variety of causes, including fatigue,
stress, hormonal changes, and foods such as alcohol, chocolate, peanuts, and avocados. However, in many people, migraines occur with no obvious triggering factor.
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