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It’s not uncommon for people to have headaches and even migraines once in a while. But if you’re finding you’re having severe migraines, or frequent ones throughout the month, it might be time to look for a professional diagnosis and treatment.

Migraines are often considered to be a more intense kind of headache. They’re usually felt on one side of the head as a throbbing sensation. People can also experience nausea and lightheadedness, as well as light or sound sensitivity.

There are three types of migraine to be aware of:

  • Migraine with pain and aura: this is where your migraine is painful and accompanied with other symptoms like flashing lights, vision blackspots or moving patterns.
  • Migraine without aura: you won’t experience the above symptoms with this type, just the pain of the migraine itself.
  • Migraine aura without headache: you’ll experience the light patterns described above, but no pain.

While migraines can be linked to hormonal changes, certain triggering foods and drinks and even stress or tiredness, this may not be true in all cases. They can’t be cured, but you can reduce the frequency and severity of your migraines with targeted treatments.

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