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The key differentiator is that Common Migraine lacks the warning phases (prodrome and aura) that other types of migraine have.4
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Migraine head pain can be severe, but there can be nausea, difficulty speaking, numbness, tingling and sensitivity to light and sound.2
Those affected by migraines may be more likely to be associated with mood disorders and anxiety according to a Singapore mental health study published in 2019.3
Reduced participation in family activities due to migraine was reported 1 or more times a month in approximately 1 in 2 migraineurs, depending on headache frequency (days/month).1