What is the difference between a migraine
and a regular headache? Migraine headaches
are generally one-sided, with concomitant
nausea, loss of appetite and vomiting. Often,
light sensitivity accompanies the migraine
headache. Contrast this with the common
tension headache, which is distributed over
the entire head. Also, the common headache
is not as severe as a migraine headache.
Migraine is better described as a throbbing
headache, whereas a tension headache only has
a dull, constant ache.
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