8 Unbeatable Ways To Differentiate Between Migraine and Headache

From pain intensity, diagnosis, causes to treatment options and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Triggers and Causes – 00:47
Frequency – 01:55
Pain Intensity – 02:31
Diagnosis – 02:56
Types of headaches – 03:56
Types of migraines – 04:58
Natural Treatments – 06:14
Treatment Through Prescription Drugs – 07:32


1. Triggers and Causes: Triggers for a normal headache can be varied. Sudden stress and anxiety can start symptoms. Some patients may have depression. Poor posture can lead to musculoskeletal problems which then trigger the headache. Other causes may be tiredness, dehydration, hunger, smells, squinting, noise and sunlight.

2. Frequency: Migraines are typically a recurring problem. The rate at which you experience headaches, alone, isn’t a good indicator as to whether you suffer from migraines. Chronic headaches occur more than 15 days per month, and include both regular headaches and chronic migraines.

3. Pain Intensity: Migraines often cause severe, debilitating pain. They are usually characterized by throbbing or pulsing. It’s also possible for the pain to be constant rather than the pounding typically associated with migraines.

4. Diagnosis: The process of detecting headaches and migraines is almost the same. With any kind of headache or migraine, your doctor may ask you things like: Do other people in your family have migraines or other kinds of headaches? Do you have any allergies? What is the level of stress in your life? Do you notice that headaches start after coughing or sneezing or after intense exercise?

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