- Q What is a migraine headache?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyThis one-sided throbbing pain causes sensitivity to light and sound and may cause nausea. Migraines run in families and women are three times more likely to have them than men. Experts believe that migraines may be caused by nerve signals that... Full Answer
- Q What's the difference between migraines and headaches?
Dr. Dawn Marcus, NeurologyMigraine is more than just a headache. Migraine includes a constellation of pain and non-pain symptoms. Most migraine attacks can be divided into four phases: Prodrome - 12 - 24 hours before headache, irritability, neck pain, food cravings,... Full Answer