Migraine and Aura-Mayo Clinic
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One Way to Tell Whether You’re Having a Migraine
Wondering whether you’re having a migraine or an average headache? Oftentimes, the tell-tale sign of a migraine is nausea, says Nauman Tariq, MBBS, a neurologist and the director of the Headache Center at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
“There are two common types of headaches: tension-type and migraine... with tension headaches being far more prevalent,” explains Dr. Tariq. The World Health Organization estimates that more than 70 percent of people in some populations have occasional tension headaches, which can be described as pressure or tightness around the head and neck. Oftentimes, people who experience them will have some sensitivity to light — but “the main difference between the two is the presence of nausea [in migraines],” he says.
“In people with migraines, the nausea varies from minor to severe,” Tariq says. “For some, the pain of the headache may not be as overwhelming as the nausea itself.”
The Migraine Research Foundation says that only about 25 percent of people with migraines also experience aura — a visual disturbance commonly known as the “classic” symptom of migraines.
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