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The Connection Between 'Alice in Wonderland' and Migraines


“Can you stand on your head?”- Cheshire Cat One of the most famous stories and movies is “Alice in Wonderland.” It is one of my favorites.

It was written by Lewis Carroll in 1865. The original book was called “Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland,” but later shortened to “Alice in Wonderland.” If you haven’t read or seen any variation of the movie, it is a story about a little girl named, Alice, who falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world while experiencing many peculiar adventures with creatures and experiences.

One known fact about Lewis Carroll is that he was known to get chronic migraines and he also had epilepsy. He suffered from migraine aura symptoms before he wrote “Alice in Wonderland.” The theory is that some parts of Alice’s

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