Do you know the the difference between a typical headache and a migraine headache?
Did you know 1 in 10 people deal with migraine headaches? A doctor with Atrium Health says headaches are especially bad in the summer.
The summertime can bring around more triggers for migraines. That includes bright light and high heat. And here’s one that might catch you by surprise, hurricanes.
Doctor Gleason also says coronavirus, stress, and a change to your routine can be a factor.
Doctor Gleason says the good news is that there are new options to treat migraines, including injections and infusions. You should talk to your doctor about which would be best for you.
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