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It’s not all in your head. Migraine is more than just a headache. Understand the difference.
Not sure if you’ve had a headache or migraine? Take our quiz to explore the differences and see if you should talk to your doctor.
My headaches include throbbing pain and prevent me from doing everyday tasks.
Every 10 seconds, someone in the U.S. goes to the emergency room complaining of head pain, and approximately 1.2 million visits are for acute migraine attacks.
I’ve missed work and other important events because of my headaches.
More than 90% of migraine sufferers are unable to work or complete normal tasks during a migraine attack.
I average four or more headache days a month.
Most migraine sufferers experience attacks once or twice per month, and more than 4 million people have chronic daily migraine, with at least 15 headache days per month.
My headaches are typically accompanied by nausea or sensitivity to light and sound.
Migraine is an unpredictable neurological disease that commonly includes throbbing head pain, nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light and sound.
I’ve had headaches last between four hours and several days.
Migraines can last between 4 and 72 hours, and each migraine attack can be different.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it may be time to talk to your doctor.
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