Symptoms Before a Migraine - Topic Overview
You may develop subtle symptoms before a
migraine headache begins. They may occur before
migraines with or without visual and nervous system symptoms ( aura).
These symptoms usually develop 24 to 48 hours before the headache
starts and may include:
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Hunger, thirst, food cravings, or loss of
appetite. Mood changes (depression, euphoria or feeling of
well-being, or irritability). Changes in energy level
(restlessness, sleepiness, excessive energy, nervousness, or
calmness). Change in consciousness (drowsiness or
WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
March 12, 2014
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