Mygraine

Were you looking for information on a Migraine? Mygraine is a common misspelling of migraine.
 
A migraine is a type of headache in which severe pain is felt on one or both sides of the head, around the temples, or behind one eye or ear. It is often accompanied by extreme sensitivity to light and sound, loss of appetite, or nausea. The exact cause of this type of headache, which affects approximately 28 million Americans, is unknown. However, some common triggers include stress, lack of sleep, and certain foods.
 
Typically, these headaches occur less frequently as a person ages. While there is no cure, they can be treated. Treatment options can include lifestyle changes, medications, and alternative therapies (such as acupuncture).
  
(Click Migraine to read the complete eMedTV article. It presents a detailed discussion of migraines, noting in particular their common symptoms, the difference between a migraine and a tension headache, and more. You can also click on any of the links in the box to the right for more specific information.)
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