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Migraine - What is Migraine

What is Migraine?

Migraine is as old as civilization. There are millions of migraine sufferers throughout the world. Women sufferers outnumber men by the two to one, although there is one uncommon type of migraine - migrainous neuralgia - which is almost totally confined to men. Children of both sexes are equally affected, but more girls have it after puberty.

Migraine is recurring disorder in which headache - sometimes mild and relatively bearable but often severe and disabling - may be accompanied by a wide variety of symptoms which indicate temporary disturbance of brain function, particularly of those parts of the brain which are concerned with seeing, speech and feeling.

There are four types of migraine attacks:

1) Classical migraine.

2) Common or simple (minor) migraine.

3) Migrainous neuralgia.

4) Abdominal migraine in children.


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