Migraine Headaches

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A migraine headache is throbbing head pain which worsens with
physical movement, usually on one side. It may last from 4 to 72
hours. A migraine may happen only once or twice a year, or as
often as daily.

It may be accompanied by nausea or vomiting, and a sensitivity to
light, sound and smell. You may also feel tired, confused or feel
light-headed, or have a tender scalp or neck. You may feel cold
and sweaty.

Migraines afflict 18% of women and 6% of men.

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causes, and treatment options for migraine headaches.