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Why would someone have migranes alot?
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Dr. James Marx
Pain Management
4 doctors agree
In brief: Many Factors
Migraine headache is probably caused by ultiple factors.
The biggest cause is hereditary, but also lifestyle, environmental factors including diet can all influence the development of migraine. The history of headache onset is critical in determining the type of headache. If onset is sudden or very severe it may not be migraine. Your primary doctor can help get to the basis of your headache.

In brief: Many Factors
Migraine headache is probably caused by ultiple factors.
The biggest cause is hereditary, but also lifestyle, environmental factors including diet can all influence the development of migraine. The history of headache onset is critical in determining the type of headache. If onset is sudden or very severe it may not be migraine. Your primary doctor can help get to the basis of your headache.
Dr. James Marx
Dr. James Marx
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Dr. Robert Knox
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Migraines
Migraine headaches are blood vessel pain.
A cycle of constriction, followed by dilation is the norm. Usually, the pain is one-sided, and located behind, below or above one eye. Migraines are more common when someone is not sleeping well or around menstrual cycle hormone fluctuations. Women are affected much more commonly than men. Avoid caffeine, nicotine, and sleep well.

In brief: Migraines
Migraine headaches are blood vessel pain.
A cycle of constriction, followed by dilation is the norm. Usually, the pain is one-sided, and located behind, below or above one eye. Migraines are more common when someone is not sleeping well or around menstrual cycle hormone fluctuations. Women are affected much more commonly than men. Avoid caffeine, nicotine, and sleep well.
Dr. Robert Knox
Dr. Robert Knox
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