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Manage Migraines with Biomagnetism

Migraine is a neurological disorder. It disrupts the way the brain processes pain, light, sound, and smells. It affects 36 million people in the US. About 4 out of 100 people experience daily headaches, migraines being the highest. 


Migraine is a type of primary headache disorder characterized by recurrent, throbbing headaches accompanied by other symptoms. There are several types of migraine attacks, including:

◦Migraine without aura: These migraine attacks occur without warning signs (aura) and are typically characterized by moderate to severe throbbing pain on one side of the head.

◦Migraine with aura: Some people experience warning signs, known as aura, before the onset of a migraine attack. These can include visual disturbances, sensory changes, or difficulty speaking.

◦Chronic migraine: When migraines occur on 15 or more days per month for at least three months, with at least eight of those days meeting the criteria for migraine or responding to migraine-specific treatment.


Migraine can be triggered by various factors such as hormonal changes, certain foods, stress, sensory stimuli, changes in sleep patterns, and environmental factors.


Migraine attacks typically progress through four phases: prodrome, aura (for those who experience it), headache, and postdrome. Each phase can present with different symptoms and experiences.


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