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How I Coped with Migraine Associated Vertigo for Three Years

From xojane.com

Imagine feeling that drunken-buzzed sensation (minus the alcohol) every day, all day. That's been my life for the past few years, thanks to Migraine Associated Vertigo (MAV). I'm not exactly sure when I first started feeling strange, but I can trace it back to 2011, when I was interning in…

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The One Thing Every Migraine Sufferer Should Know

From prevention.com

Women who get migraine headaches with aura-flashes of light, bright spots, blind spots, tingling in the hands or face-have nearly twice the risk of the most common type of stroke, according to a new analysis. Worse yet, common lifestyle habits can hike a woman's risk exponentially.

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7 Types Of Migraines You've Never Heard Of

From prevention.com

If you're one of the 29.5 million Americans who suffer from migraines, you're probably more concerned about how to prevent and stop a headache than you are about the different types you might get. That's understandable, considering how painful and debilitating migraines can be.

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14 Migraine Triggers You Should Know About

From everydayhealth.com

Managing migraines can make you feel a lot like Goldilocks, looking for just the right amount of sleep or exercise - or porridge, if that would help keep the throbbing away. Far from being a fairy tale, trying to find the right balance in life is all too real.

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Migraine trolls - Migraine.com

From migraine.com

Stigma is all too familiar to each of us. As advocates, our passion is to educate patients and the general public. We believe that education is the best way to dispel the myths that perpetuate stigma. Most people don't really mean to be insensitive about Migraine. They just don't know…

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Cognitive Dysfunction During Migraine Attacks - Migraine.com

From migraine.com

Cognitive Dysfunction During Migraine Attacks By Kerrie Smyres-May 15, 2015 Feeling like you can't think clearly and unable to comprehend even simple topics of conversation, your mind is in a fog. Not being able to pay attention, find words you've known since you were two, or make rational decisions.

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5 Health Conditions Linked to Migraines

From everydayhealth.com

If you are one of the more than 29.5 million Americans with migraines, you already know that these headaches can cause pain, misery, and missed days from work, but you may not know that a growing body of research suggests they may also increase your risk for other conditions including…

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7 Scientifically Proven Benefits of Gratitude

From psychologytoday.com

The number one thing that mentally strong people don't do is waste time feeling sorry for themselves. And while it can be hard to avoid self-pity at times, choosing to exchange self-pity for gratitude could be one of the most instrumental things you can do to improve your life.

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Migraine studies yield fresh approaches to ward off pain

From latimes.com

If you suffer from migraine headaches, you're not alone. More than 10% of the population is hurting right along with you, including 18% of women. Migraines are most common from the ages of 25 to 55. The good news: New research can help change your approach to managing your migraines.

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