This Is What a Migraine Sounds Like: Wagner's Struggle, Played out in Sound

From migraineagain.com Published at April 4 Views 314

A migraine attack is incredibly loud for the person experiencing it. Your ears ring or whoosh, the blood pounds audibly in your temples, and every slight noise around you is amplified to produce a cacophony of migraine music that only you can hear. Richard Wagner (1813-1883) was a composer of sweeping, dramatic music and a Chronic Migraine sufferer.

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