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    The Future of Migraine Relief

    Learn about new medications for migraine relief.

    The Future of Migraine Relief

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    Avoid Exercise-Related Migraines

    Talk about a double-edged sword. There are so many benefits to exercising if you're prone to migraines. But for some people, a sweat session can actually trigger one of these painful pounders. On the plus side, "Exercise is a potent stress reliever, and stress is commonly linked to migraine attacks," says Timothy Houle, PhD, associate professor in the Pain Mechanisms Lab at Wake Forest School of Medicine. Whether it's due to its ability to tame tension or some other benefit, regular exercise has...

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    Your Options in Migraine Headache Medicine

    Should you take daily medications for migraine prevention? Here are guidelines.

    Migraine Headache Medicine: Your Options

    WebMD Medical Reference

    Reviewed by Melinda Ratini, DO, MS on February 23, 2016
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