What is Migraine?

Signs & Symptoms, Causes and Triggers

We are looking at migraine disease from a different perspective.

Rather than focusing on the many variations of headaches and rather than limiting the definition of migraine disorders to symptoms to people who are actively having headaches, we are emphasizing the common underlying biology that links many unexpected symptoms, such as:

  • Imbalance
  • Difficulty finding words
  • Ear and sinus pressure
  • Sleeping poorly
  • Feeling anxious

We choose to highlight the spectrum of migraine disease by using the phrase migraine disorders.

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Migraine Pathophysiology

A detailed look at the current understanding of migraine pathophysiology, including an explanation of new theories in the impact of sex hormones, why migraine mimics sinusitis,  the evolution of migraine into a chronic disease and more.

Diving Deeper Into Migraine Disorders