Migraines Are Not Just Another Bad Headache
June 2, 2016
There’s More to Migraines Than You May Know
A migraine is not just another bad headache. Migraines can happen at any moment, often with no warning. It’s unpredictable and painful. And it strikes mostly women. Headache specialist and board-certified family physician, Dr. Susan Hutchinson joins us to help us better understand this chronic condition and discuss possible ways to get some relief. Migraines most often begin at puberty and mostly affect those aged between 35 and 45 years. There is no cure. But it can be managed. Many things can trigger a migraine, including anxiety, stress, lack of food or sleep, exposure to light, hormonal changes, even weather changes. Know your triggers and learn how to manage them. Y
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