So what is migraine? Well migraine is a common neurological condition, characterised by episodes called migraine attacks. Migraine headaches are distinct from regular non-migrainous headaches.
Migraine headaches are called primary headaches because the pain isn’t caused by another illness or disorder like a brain tumour or head injury. Migraine headache is typically felt as a one- sided pain on either the left or right part of the head, while some sufferers feel pain all over the head. For some it can feel like even the roots of the hair are painful.
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