Migraines and headaches have long been viewed as a purely medical issue. But that’s not necessarily always the case.
While migraine education and research is constantly expanding, there still is no certainty of what medically causes (or cures) migraines.
In fact, even during severe migraine auras, there often are no underlying medical issues detected, and MRIs and CT scans are commonly negative. While medications are prescribed to treat migraines, it is usually done so with the understanding that what the person suffering from the migraine does on their own to understand their headaches may end up being the most effective treatment.
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