Everyone at somepoint has had a headache, and unfortunately, a large percentage of individuals have also had migraines. In fact, according to the Migraine Research Foundation, one billion adults and children have migraines across the globe.
But how do you tell the difference between headaches and migraines? Though it may be hard to explain verbally, many of us who get both can tell almost immediately.
Migraine is actually a neurological condition impacted by hormone cycles, atmospheric pressure changes, and your body’s generation of particular chemicals.Read more on themighty.com