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How can I help my child who has migraines?

Recognizing migraines is the most important step. The good news is that often kids don’t need medication to improve their migraines. Lifestyle changes, such as regular sleep, mealtimes, and physical activity can improve migraines significantly. Techniques such as biofeedback and meditation can be learned. Put in place early, these practices can turn into lifelong good habits that will help halt headaches before they start.

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