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Understanding What Causes Migraine Headaches, Depression, Insomnia, and Bipolar Syndrome Symptoms and Signs By Dr. John A. Allocca The Migraine Syndrome may begin in childhood, adolescence or early adult life and continue to reoccur at periodic intervals, which vary with the individual, and sometimes diminish in frequency as the person advances in age.
People usually associate throbbing pain on one side of the head or the other as the classic migraine symptom.
There's a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to abdominal migraine. This type of migraine is rare in adults but occurs often in children, and is well recognized by the medical community. The disease has been called by other names including periodic syndrome .
Researchers have been investigating the magnesium migraines connection because of magnesium's role in stabilizing blood vessels walls. Magnesium is also an important mineral when it comes to helping you get to sleep.
Silent migraine is one name for a type of migraine attack that doesn't include a headache.