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From doctors achieving breakthrough migraine research to long time cluster headache sufferers finding relief with psychedelics, February proved to be an eventful time for migraine and headache related news. 

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Imagine you are a manager interviewing an applicant for a new job. She is an Ivy League graduate ranked at the top of her class and on paper, seems like the perfect fit for your business. Suddenly in the middle of your otherwise normal interview, her speech turns to babbling and she can no longer […]

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Synesthesia is a seemingly harmless condition that is described as the unusual mixing or blending of the senses. Or in other words, the stimulation to one sensory that causes an involuntary response or hallucination from a different sensory. Very little is known about its association with migraines, but some individuals have reported synesthesia replacing symptoms […]

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Those who suffer from chronic migraine episodes are all too familiar with the symptoms and side effects. But physicians are hearing more and more about a particular side effect that patients may not be talking about as much as they should. Known as The Alice in Wonderland Syndrome (AIWS), this condition is a neurological phenomenon […]

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If you’re a chronic migraine sufferer, the prospect of traveling is probably difficult for you. Travel can be difficult for anyone and chronic migraine pain only makes travel more daunting. Travel can bring many triggers that can cause or aggravate migraines, such as stress, erratic sleep, poor eating habits, bright lights and more. Luckily, some methods exist […]

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Migraine sufferers are generally broken down into two categories: migraines with aura and migraines without aura. Migraine auras happen to 20 percent of people who experience migraines.

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When chronic migraines strike, the world of sufferers seem to stand still. 

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Even though it was a “few” years ago, I can still remember the buzz and excitement when I was driving away from home to embark upon my college journey. I was leaving my hometown of Houston, TX and moving 12 hours away to Nashville, TN.

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The journey of migraine sufferers is unique and challenging. Most of the time, sufferers feel alone, misunderstood, and even confused about what they are experiencing. Books can be a great source of comfort for migraine sufferers. Reading about the journey of other migraine sufferers can help you understand what you are going through and keep […]

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Most people who have experienced the excruciating pain of chronic migraine headaches will do just about anything to alleviate the head crushing, nausea inducing, and aura creating torture. 

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