From the start, it all began with an excruciating headache that felt as though someone was drilling into my head. The pain was so intense that even the smallest amount of light in the room was unbearable. Despite trying numerous over-the-counter medications, the pain persisted, leaving me nauseated and lightheaded, making it difficult for me to function properly. This endured for more than a week
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Living in a world where we rely on Google for answers, I have come to appreciate the unique responses from young children. Their answers range from hilariously entertaining to profoundly insightful. One particular conversation with my 7-year-old nephew about introverts stands out in my memory. He proudly declared, Well, I'm an un-introvert! It was a charming moment that highlighted his
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I absolutely love discussing my migraine triggers. It's not that I enjoy what they do to me, but there's a certain sense of empowerment in being able to identify the problem. The unfortunate reality is that my triggers are relentless and seem to be present in almost everything I enjoy. If I were to attempt a whole day without any triggers, it would be an incredibly difficult feat. Of course,
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If you have a friend or family member who suffers from migraines, you might think that they simply have really bad headaches. And while that is true, migraines can affect every aspect of a person's life, including their social life. As someone who has been diagnosed with hereditary migraines since my teenage years, I have had to make adjustments in order to manage this debilitating condition as I
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