What causes migraines and headaches? There are many triggers includinig genetics, environmental, dietary, hormonal, physical, and medicinal.
What are the different types of headaches, and how can they be differentiated from one another? Learn about the most common types of headaches and their symptoms.
Up to 3-5% of people worldwide suffer from chronic migraines. However, it can be difficult to diagnose at times as the condition can be mistaken for chronic tension headaches, and some doctors believe that osteochondrosis or insufficient blood supply to the brain causes similar pain as well.
If you’ve ever experienced a migraine, you are probably familiar with the symptoms: throbbing pain on one side of your head, often accompanied with sensitivity to light and/or noise, nausea, and weakness. These symptoms can be disruptive to your daily routine and difficult to deal with, leaving you to wonder how long they last.