When is a headache a migraine?

When is a headache a migraine? A headache far and away is the most common human affliction. In the US there are 28 million people who have migraine which is perhaps the most disabling form of primary headache.  Hippocrates described the symptoms of migraine as far back as 400 BC. While centuries have passed and quantum strides in medicine have been made, migraine is still turning some lives upside down… [WATCH VIDEO]

Related Links:
Migraine Headaches: Ways to Deal With the Pain  familydoctor.org
A brief review of common types of headache: BBC

Simplified English Version: A headache is undoubtedly the most common problem (illness) that human beings suffer from. In the US there are 28 million people who have migraine which is perhaps the most serious form of primary headache (= headache which is not caused by another disease).  Hippocrates (a famous physician who lived long ago) described the symptoms of migraine in 400 BC. Although hundreds of years have passed and medicine has advanced a lot, migraine is still changing some people’s lives completely…

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