Migraine relief includes aspirin, triptans and opioid medications, according to Mayo Clinic. Alternative medicine expert Cathy Wong for mentions natural remedies, including magnesium, butterbur, 5-HTP and fever... More »

According to Mayo Clinic, although there is no cure for migraines, pain reliever medications can stop the pain of an acute migraine headache. The severity of the migraine dictates what medication is recommended. More »

An aura is a set of sensory symptoms individuals may experience before a migraine begins, explains Mayo Clinic. Auras often involve visual warning signs, such as flashes of light, blind spots or floating zigzag lines. A ... More »

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